Deputy Director of IT Department, CROC
+7 (495) 974-22-74 ext.7154AZavtur@croc.ru
CROC’s Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology ensures the effective management of construction site data, cuts project periods in half, visualizes various exterior and interior details in virtual reality, simplifies the operation of completed sites, and extends their useful life.
While a traditional design approach is based on two-dimensional models (layouts, drawings, paper documentation), BIM adds new dimensions (construction project execution plans, time, and cost) that can be conveniently displayed via an information model of an object, whether a residential or commercial building, road, bridge, or anything else.
BIM use areas
BIM adoption facilitates construction building management during the entire lifecycle, from pre-design preparation to freeze/reconstruction. To learn more about BIM capabilities at every stage of the building lifecycle, please click here.
How to get started?
Typical Construction Challenges
- Real-time management of construction processes, contractor supervision, KPI and deadline monitoring in any required scale — from strategic level down to a particular worker on any given site
- Control of any design changes, quick recalculation of all indicators when editing the model, including bills of materials, labor input, time frames, and budget
- Automated management of all construction machinery, all the way down to automated adjustment of a working attachment (bull blade, scoop bucket, etc.) based on design data uploaded to the machine and with practically no involvement of an operator
- At pre-design stage, design tools can help with the modeling of various site creation options and the selection of the optimal solution
- Analysis tools deliver quick and up-to-date analytical information to the customer at all stages for strategic monitoring and planning
- Accurate calculation of site operation and maintenance costs based on aggregate information from multiple sources and construction stage data
- Creation of a complete base of all contractors, unified management of contracts, accounting documents, and construction development programs