BIM Modeling

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Deinde’s core ‘Building Information Modelling’ expertise lies in:

3D BIM: Modeling and Documentation – Allows for using BIM as a tool to develop and deliver smarter designs for all disciplines in a 3D-intelligent format as well as studying and analyzing the design intent.

4D BIM: Integration for Construction – The ability to leverage the benefits of BIM tools during the construction phase results in numerous benefits for a client, including the ability to solve construction headaches through the virtual environment and improved coordination, study timeline and schedule attributes to ensure on-time delivery, and smooth constructability and delivery of projects.

5D BIM: Cost Estimation – A totally new way of looking at construction cost in a more virtual and automated methodology, offering up-to-date information to compare actual costs to estimates throughout a project’s life cycle.

6D BIM: Building Life Cycle Integration – Enhances facility management by utilizing 3D, 4D, and 5D BIM information in the operation, maintenance, and future renovation of the building.

  • Virtual Design and Construction
  • Construction Documentation
  • 3D coordinated models
  • Architectural, Structural and MEPF modeling
  • Conflict and Clash detection
  • Revisions and change management

We provide BIM Modeling services for all levels of details from LOD 100 to LOD 500.

LOD 100 – LOD 100 elements are not geometric representations. Examples are information attached to other model elements or symbols showing the existence of a component but not its shape, size, or precise location. Any information derived from LOD 100 elements must be considered approximate.

LOD 200 – At this LOD elements are generic placeholders. They may be recognizable as the components they represent, or they may be volumes for space reservation. Any information derived from LOD 200 elements must be considered approximate.

LOD 300 – The quantity, size, shape, location, and orientation of the element as designed can be measured directly from the model without referring to non-modeled information such as notes or dimension call-outs.

LOD 350 – Parts necessary for coordination of the element with nearby or attached elements are modeled. These parts will include such items as supports and connections. The quantity, size, shape, location, and orientation of the element as designed can be measured directly from the model without referring to non-modeled information such as notes or dimension call-outs.

LOD 400 – An LOD 400 element is modeled at sufficient detail and accuracy for fabrication of the represented component. The quantity, size, shape, location, and orientation of the element as designed can be measured directly from the model without referring to non-modeled information such as notes or dimension call-outs.

LOD 500 – The Model Element is a field verified representation in terms of size, shape, location, quantity, and orientation. Non-graphic information may also be attached to the Model Elements.