Revizto for Architects
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Minimize inaccurate information exchanges by eliminating manual reports and the possibility of human error. Centrally track and record all markups and issues to completion while receiving real-time feedback on where your team stands in pushing towards a deliverable.
BIM for architects
It’s important to remember that Building Information Modeling is beneficial for every participant of the project – aside from the overall benefit of having a much better collaboration/cooperation. Architects, for example, can garner the benefits of 3D modeling and structural assessments to experiment with different designs and materials and stress-test them in the digital form using physics simulators. Stress test and physics? This gives the impression that we are a structural design tool. Consider rewording.
Cooperation benefits are also there, although they’re more or less universal. There’s also the ability to use cutting-edge technology to simplify the entire planning process. This includes, for example, the use of point clouds to lay the groundwork for the BIM schematics (incredibly important when the construction location is geographically or topographically sensitive).
Another benefit for architects lies in a more specific field based workflow – renovations/site verification. The interaction with existing conditions is incredibly difficult, with plans/drawings not having a digital form in the first place. BIM can take advantage of the data that is acquired using 3D laser scanning, creating digital models of existing conditions and giving different participants of the project the ability to compare plans with the actual construction progress using that same technology.