PLANNED TO THE LAST DETAIL. WITH BIM.
An optimised method with a cooperative approach
Building information modelling is a cooperative method for planning, constructing and operating buildings, civil engineering structures and transport infrastructure. All architectural, technical, physical and functional properties of a structure are consolidated into a central, consistent 3D data model, as are the project execution and operation processes. This ensures a highly detailed level of planning, even during early phases of execution. Especially in the context of growing decentralised cooperation, interdisciplinary interaction becomes the central point that ensures the success of construction projects.
Consistent application of BIM as a corporate objective
Schüßler-Plan has some 60 years of experience with interdisciplinary cooperation and the integration of processes. The planning and management of projects on the basis of BIM is therefore a consequential development of our aspirations and self-image. Our objective is to employ BIM consistently in all circumstances where it is beneficial to identify and describe a project in an exemplary manner. With regular training courses and the introduction of BIM coordinators and managers, we are ensuring a company-wide transfer of knowledge and a coordinated approach to the use of BIM.
Knowledge transfer and BIM collaborations
The selective education and training of our employees forms the basis of our BIM planning philosophy. Alongside the obvious training courses in the use of BIM-capable software products, our Schüßler-Plan Academy also imparts knowledge and capabilities in the areas of: handling large volumes of data and exchange formats, the simulation of operations planning,cooperation and communication.
As the leading engineering services provider we are actively involved in shaping the future. This allows us to offer our clients not only state-of-the-art planning services, but we also cooperate with colleges and universities, research units and expert forums in order to determine standardised working methods and procedures for planning projects using BIM.
- Working cooperatively on the model
- Model-based planning coordination and plan derivation
- Interface management for the exchange of data and information
- Project and process-orientated data management
- Precise, flexible and real-time project planning
- Simulation of construction processes and structural stages
- Conflict checks and early appraisal of feasibility
- Visualisation option for public relations work
AUTOMATION OF PLANNING PROCESSES
- More precise quantity and cost calculation
- Continued use of models for execution, operation and maintenance
- Assessment of a structure over its whole life cycle