Asbuilt documents are the compilation of paper drawings or electronic drawings that characteristically exist in the contractor’s onsite preview that include markups, annotations, and comments about changes being made to the contract documents throughout the construction phase.
As-Built Documentation is referenced and modeled by means of BIM in which digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of a facility are built analyzed, documented and evaluated virtually, then modified iteratively until the optimal "model" is documented to establish proper orientation and location for the building.
AsBuilt Design Intent Models are updated throughout the construction procedure and all changes and updates are being communicated from the Contractor to the Design Team through the comments, annotations, and markups from the AsBuilt Documents.
The lack of proper as-built documentation for existing facilities can have a significant impact on operations during:
Architectural and engineering re-design of buildings
Planning of extensions, renovations, relocation
Documenting newly acquired facilities in M&A processes
Making existing documentation consistent with corporate standards
Maintenance of complex facilities
We help forward-looking A/E/C/O firms produce faster, better and more cost effective projects. We use BIM to accurately derive quantities, synchronize coordination between trades, test construct ability and simulate building performance before construction even begins.As we apply BIM for transitions of building process, the application of high performance design criteria for higher performing buildings and building systems will become easier.By applying BIM we have led to an advanced integrated delivery platform. & it includes simulation and analysis, multi-discipline 3D design modeling, construction documents and facility management information ? all integrated with a project database.There are about ten thousand generic building products, from screws to cooling towers. Integrating the performance analysis of the building systems and components constructed from these ?parts? into software products is a daunting challenge.With the application of BIM we get the ability to test materials? and components? intended and unintended performance and to determine how they work together. As an example of complexity, with BIM we can test a precast concrete wall system and the building structural system under normal use, as well as under uncommon stresses from forces such as earthquake, flood, and high wind events.
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