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BIM model

Using a Building Information Model (BIM) is a method in which all reference information is stored in a single location ...

along the life cycle of the building, understood this from the outline of the first ideas to changes due to maintenance and possibly demolition.

Based on a three-dimensional model construction, all players in the project throughout the process of design, implementation and management of it, they can use this information so that problems can be identified and resolved promptly. This process leads to the development of an integrated approach, designed and implemented to erect buildings with a controlled budget.

During the life cycle of a building, since the inception phase, applying a BIM model provides several advantages:

- Easy display ensures good interdisciplinary communication.

- The development of the design is transparent to all the agents involved.

- The various agents interact with a single integrated model.

- Relevant information is more accessible, reliable and complete.

- The integrated design allows a reduction of error costs before final implementation.

- Centralized and accessible storage of information facilitates the management and maintenance of the building lifecycle.

In short, the use of BIM methodology strengthens traceability systems, subsystems, materials and agents involved in the building. To put it another way, "What is not drawn, it does not exist".

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