As project teams work together from the earliest stages of a project’s development, the information shared and co-developed on our BIM SERVER helps to avoid errors and omissions. Problems of this type typically surface late in the project when correction is costly. Building Information Modeling helps minimize these kinds of risks and their associated costs, benefiting all parties involved in the process.
At DDD, more than a catch phrase, BIM is part of how we build. Under any delivery and/or service combination, models are created and shared by all members of the project team. From the earliest stages of project delivery, BIM is used for visualization, quantity take-offs, shade & shadow analysis, clash detection, constructability reviews, construction phasing, material data and many others. At completion, clients benefit from the Value Added by a final as-built model which can be exported to any facility management software.
For 17 years, DDD has been committed to take full advantage of the collaborative nature a robust BIM infrastructure to produce not only high quality sets of documents, but also to deliver exceptionally built environments.