Media tagged with "Unified Workflow"

Sep
24

Incorporate a Unified Workflow in Three Steps

Tags: Unified Workflow, Management, Engineering

Article | HPAC Engineering (September 2015)

A unified workflow is a single process that integrates the four main functional groups on a construction project: project management, engineering, constructability, and BIM. The goal is to make intelligent decisions about how the job will be designed and built, from project conception to completion.

When early communication is fostered between functional groups, constructability concerns are addressed far more efficiently than the typical request for information (RFI) feedback loop that normally occurs.

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Apr
06

Unified Workflow Building-Project Delivery

Tags: Unified Workflow, Government, Mid-Atlantic, Design-Assist

Article | HPAC Engineering (April 2015)
A properly executed 3-D BIM model adds value to every aspect of a construction project, including improving safety, accelerating the schedule and reducing budget. However, it is not something that can be performed by a consultant alone and then passed off to a contractor to re-model for shop drawing development and installation.

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Jan
29

Optimize 3-D BIM Models Using a Unified Workflow

Tags: BIM, Unified Workflow, Design-Assist, Design-Build

Article | Construction Executive (January 2015)
A properly executed 3-D BIM model adds value to every aspect of a construction project, including improving safety, accelerating the schedule and reducing budget. However, it is not something that can be performed by a consultant alone and then passed off to a contractor to re-model for shop drawing development and installation.

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