At BILT ASIA 2018, Invicara held an invite only roundtable for owners and firms that act as owner’s rep’s. Together at the roundtable, we explored how BIM can be made meaningful for owners and how they may leverage the process to get better outcomes during capital phase and for operations.
BIM Assure Case Study - SFO International Airport Project with Hensel Phelps As one of the largest general contractors and construction managers, and the top airport construction firm in the United States, Hensel Phelps leads the industry in the [...]
Introducing BIM Assure Hot Topic Webinars BIM Assure offers a lot of powerful tools for editing and checking model data. To help our clients make the most of those tools, the Invicara consulting team is launching a series of [...]
Construction Data Management: Unifying BIM Data Across Project Phases, Team Members, and Modeling Tools
How can project teams manage handover data throughout a project’s lifecycle to let owners and FMs see how the data is maturing and request revisions? In this blog post, I’ll discuss how BIM Assure came up with a construction data management workflow for a major airport project. I will walk through the different data stages throughout a project, address the problems that cause data management issues, and show how BIM Assure aggregates data for smoother digital handover.
To get a better understanding of BIM Assure’s capabilities, Scott Mollon, Director of Product Management and QA at Invicara, explains the new features and benefits of the 1.3 release, and what this means for owners.
Saving time and money for healthcare facility owners: why creating an owner asset registry with BIM eliminates the need for FCAs down the road
For owners, BIM can streamline project delivery with better coordination, as well as provide visibility into facility and asset data needed to plan maintenance programs and manage as-built records; which can help avoid costly, redundant facility condition assessments (FCAs) [...]
BIM provides many benefits to the design and engineering by improving collaboration for all involved parties – architects, engineers, and clients. Currently the process is geared toward communicating design intent – information about materials and systems. However, it’s important [...]
Thoughts from CFCBUG #26 Data. It can be our best friend or our worst enemy, especially throughout design and construction. Coordinating data is a herculean challenge and often ignored as there isn’t a way to verify that the data [...]
Maintaining model data quality is essential to a project’s success. From early design to project handover, dozens of project team members rely on accurate model data to successfully deliver a project on time and within budget. But building models [...]
Thoughts from the recent CitA breakfast meeting in Dublin The Construction IT Alliance (CitA) continues to provide leadership for the adoption of BIM in Ireland. Since 2001, CitA has focused on educating and engaging AECO stakeholders in the Irish Construction [...]