Digital transformation in the construction industry (AEC)

By |2020-11-05T10:01:55+01:0013/06/2020|BIM, Transformación Digital|

The digital transformation is present today, to a greater or lesser measure, in all industries and productive sectors. This transformation impacts on two levels: innovation in business models, creating new products and services enabled by digitalisation, and an improvement in operational processes, increasing efficiency and results thanks to technology. In the architecture, engineering and construction [...]

How to choose the best BIM software

By |2020-11-05T09:46:46+01:0008/03/2020|BIM|

One of the most important aspects when implementing the BIM methodology in construction and maintenance projects is the choice of BIM software suitable for our needs. In the choice of software, we will find different similar alternatives, but each one of them will serve a specific issue. Software alternatives for BIM The different programmes that [...]

What is the “As-Built” BIM file?

By |2020-11-05T09:44:38+01:0027/02/2020|Asset management, BIM|

Building Information Modeling (BIM) has meant a major transformation in the design, construction and asset management processes we have known up to now. This methodology has one of its main pillars in the generation of a virtual model that contains all the information related to the asset during its life cycle. The use of BIM [...]

BIM and the 7th Dimension: Facility Management & Operations

By |2020-11-05T09:16:51+01:0015/02/2020|BIM|

Building Information Modeling (BIM), as its name indicates, is a methodology in which the 3D model created is not merely a "drawing", but each element has its information linked and assigned. A parametric model is thus created with information that involves each agent within the project and provides guidelines on how to carry it out. [...]

Problems in the practical application of BIM

By |2020-11-05T10:15:40+01:0016/01/2020|BIM|

Implementing BIM in construction projects is challenging, but once adopted, the BIM methodology brings multiple benefits, especially in the area of productivity. BIM facilitates the creation of visualizations, sections and elevations freely and helps to incorporate this information later in the process of construction and maintenance of buildings, infrastructure and facilities. Problems in the practical [...]

BIM in asset-intensive organisations

By |2020-11-05T10:05:13+01:0027/12/2019|Asset management, BIM|

Asset-intensive organisations face many challenges, including the need to create a responsible methodology and delivery model for risk-managed performance that reinforces organisational objectives. To break through this long journey, organizations now have many alternatives, such as BIM technology, which supports an organization's Asset Management System throughout its entire life cycle. The BIM methodology allows the [...]

What is BIM? BIM Guide for Beginners

By |2020-11-05T08:47:17+01:0020/12/2019|Asset management, BIM|

The BIM methodology has made a quantum leap in standardizing asset construction. Although the concept has existed since the 1970s, it did not become popular until 2002 when Autodesk, the company that created Autocad, acquired the software company Charles River Software, which a couple of years earlier had developed a program called Revit, which was [...]

Integration of BIM systems in CMMS tools

By |2020-11-05T09:09:04+01:0027/11/2019|Asset management, BIM|

The integration of BIM systems into CMMS asset maintenance tools makes it possible to have accurate, up-to-date information on the company's assets in real time, increasing business knowledge to facilitate maintenance and technical management, but also to make well-informed strategic decisions. This integration makes it possible to significantly reduce the time it takes to put [...]

How to reduce the cost and execution time of works with BIM

By |2020-11-05T10:16:12+01:0010/10/2018|Asset management, BIM|

Currently we could define two groups of work methodologies in project development: the traditional and the BIM-based. In the traditional methodology, engineering or construction projects are developed with departments that work in parallel and independently. The BIM methodology allows working simultaneously on the same project. In this case the operation for the development of the [...]

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