Beaubois integrates its three-dimensional model into a digital mock-up that includes all of the data supplied by the architects and consultants. Thus, potential conflicts that are virtually undetectable on paper are quickly and accurately exposed. The objective is to coordinate our work with all other trades so that the construction and installation phases take place seamlessly.
Innovation: We use Solid Edge, a three-dimensional software compatible with BIM modeling.
Collaboration: The project model integrate data from numerous contributors and ensure it is compatible.
BIM methods have proven their worth. They provide both the clients and consultants with numerous benefits impacting the schedule, construction costs as well as the buildings’ long-term performance. BIM adds value.
Scheduling: Modeling saves an enormous amount of time by allowing conflicts to be handled before they even occur. And, since various construction elements can be pre-fabricated, the design life cycle is dramatically shortened.
Performance: As design progresses, all of the information such as energy calculations, air conditioning data and equipment placement, is entered. The model becomes a reference tool for the building’s operations.