The value of Building Information Modeling (BIM) extends beyond design and construction and into an asset’s operational lifecycle. It delivers information that an owner or operator can use for facilities management, operations, maintenance, refurbishment, and extension, right through to eventual demolition. According to Dodge Data and Analytics, 61% of users saw a reduction in project errors by establishing BIM processes.
Join our webinar where we will explore how BIM is being adopted by several organizations and demonstrate how Revit can be integrated with our engineering document and drawings management software system, Meridian to enable multi-discipline collaboration.
The construction industry has undergone a sustained phase of rapid transformation. Project teams working on management or construction of infrastructures and buildings are liable to substantial changes in processes and technology in the years ahead. This transformation is driven by the launch of Building Information Modelling. BIM is an intelligent model-based process that provides insight to plan, design, construct and manage buildings and infrastructure. What really sets BIM apart from existing methods is that any changes made to these drawings can be easily integrated back into the 3D model without the need for further editing, saving a lot of time and resource.
Our engineering document management system, Meridian provides a single source of truth for all asset-related information and delivers easy access regardless of time or location. Engineering Document Management Software System manages change (even during concurrent projects), optimizes business processes, provides reporting, and ensures full proof of control The solution can be configured to precisely match your business needs and includes a set of tools that allow all users to work more efficiently. For global collaboration, Meridian Portal streamlines information handover, tracks project progress and reduce project execution costs across the extended enterprise.