Building Information Modelling


BIM Uses

“BIM uses” are the tasks or processes for which we use a BIM model. In order to give each actor in a BIM project the information they need, it’s vital to know the BIM uses in which they’re engaged.


BIM model helps intuitive and model building information, especially useful for details of high complexity. We focus on building and combining textures, architectures, and MEPs from 2D input so we can find conflicts and deal with them before construction. This makes the construction process more efficient, reducing costs and time to deal with conflicts at the site.

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Use information from 3D models to develop detailed drawings according to customer standards. Taking advantage of information from the model helps the drawing to be intuitive, avoiding errors in the design modification process. Help asbuilt the project simply and quickly.

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4D Simulation

A process in which a 4D model (3D models with the added dimension of time) is utilized to effectively plan the phased occupancy in a renovation, retrofit, addition, or to show the construction sequence and space requirements on a building site. 4D modeling is a powerful visualization and communication tool that can give a project team, including the owner, a better understanding of project milestones and construction plans.

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BIM Coordination

BIM Coodination in Vietnam is mainly the coordination between information generating units to produce products that are multi-dimensional information to solve design, construction, and operation problems….BIM Coodination emphasizes key elements. "information" element that the parties create to conduct coordination.
Benefits of BIM Coodination:

  • Detect and resolve conflicts between disciplines
  • The source of information is always unique and reliable
  • To improve the current technical discussions
  • To improve cross referencing other disciplines.
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BIM As-built

BIM As-built is the process used to depict an accurate representation of the physical onditions, environment, and assets of a facility.
The model As-built should, at a minimum, contain information relating to the main architectural, structural, and MEP elements.
It is the culmination of all the BIM Modeling throughout the project, including linking Operation, Maintenance, and Asset data to the As-Built model (created from the Design, Construction, 4D Coordination Models, and Subcontractor Fabrication Models) to deliver a record model to the owner or facility manager.
Additional information including equipment and space planning systems may be necessary if the owner intends to utilize the information in the future.

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