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Thinking differently at an earlier stage in order to itnroduce an efficient digital roadmap monitoring Design Validation, Lessons Learned, Value Engineering & Modularisation options in order to quanitify a notable Return on Investment.
What is it?
Pre-construction services are used in planning a construction project before the actual construction begins. It is a modern practice which includes the overall planning, coordination, and control of a project from inception to completion aimed at meeting a client’s requirements in order to produce a functionally and financially viable project.
How do we digitalise it?
Overall project planning needs to be done in terms of thought, deeper insights, and improved collaboration. This needs to be understood by various project participants and team members. A good foundation of a project is set when a clear and big picture is understood for expectations, concept size, building materials, and more. The BIM preconstruction services begin with the end in mind. Owners and stakeholders have a vision in mind to achieve exceptional results upon project completion. Your project is setup for complete success when pre-construction is integrated in the early design phase. Early involvement with BIM allows the ability to reap the benefits of each estimation and quantification, optimised designs from value engineering and DFMA solutions as well as giving the opportunity to provide lessons learned insights from previous phases all in a bid to reduce the risk of budget and program overruns.
- Improve budget & schedule with options on value engineering, design for manufacture assembly and modularisation
- Reduce risk to the project by ensuring all lessons learned are captured
- Better assurance that the design scope and deliverables from a buildability, BIM & Technical point of view have been met and achieved.
- Greatly reduces potential high cost RFI, CCDs & issues during construction phase.
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