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Caution: It is important to note that the BIM will not show elements that have been left out; it can only show those that were placed in the model It is critical to use the model as a visualization tool that will help with the evaluation of the project, and will aid in the remembrance of all aspects of the process; this remembrance can only come from the experience and understanding of the project team members The making of such models and the coordination of all the components provide many opportunities for the project team to better understand and refine the planning and construction processes for the particular project Course of Construction The construction management phase may already have access to a developed building information model from the planning phase It is necessary to reevaluate the nature of the BIM for this phase and assess whether it will be able to provide for the necessary information management processes for this stage of the project Now that the project has been planned in detail and all components have been coordinated, it becomes essential to focus on communication, cost control, and the fabrication and assembly of the building components To utilize the BIM across these phases of the project, it will have to be well planned ahead of time See the BIM planning section of this chapter Just as the model functioned to help with the visualization that resulted in the coordination of the various building systems, the model can again function at regular construction meetings to help with the visualization and coordination of the installation requirements (and field conditions) for the subcontractors Safety issues can also be analyzed and discussed with the aid of the 3D visualization A construction sequence analysis (in movie format, or in the real-time 3D model) can provide a 6-week look-ahead for all the crews working with the project The construction sequence in Fig 211 begins with the piles and pile caps, then the placement of the grade beams and steel structure, after which the walls and scaffolding are shown, to be completed with the plaza and landscaping It can also be useful to have the model be able to show exactly what has already been installed as a tracking mechanism and communication tool for billing and cost control The model can contain the information concerning the status of its components in the fabrication, installation, and billing stages This phase of the project requires the most detail from the BIM, particularly if it is intended for fabrication purposes It is not uncommon for the mechanical subcontractors to create a 3D model of their work for fabrication; this replaces the shop drawings and is also useful in coordination efforts with the work of other trades Models with this level of detail can also be used to study installation procedures in tight spaces, ie, the mechanical and plumbing in an interstitial space of a medical facility or laboratory, where installation access and clearances can be modeled and the sequential order of installation can be simulated (in movie format) When specific problems arise during the construction phase, it is quite possible that the BIM may be able to help formulate a solution, by aiding in the correct visualization and assessment of that problem This may lead to the need for a model showing more details in the problem area; it is then appropriate to develop a specific area of one of the BIM
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