A process for creating and managing information on a construction project across the project lifecycle. Information assembled collaboratively and updated at key stages of a project. Creating a digital Building Information Model enables those who interact with the building to optimize their actions, resulting in a greater whole life value for the asset.
Making it possible for anyone to access that information for any purpose, e.g. to integrate different aspects of the design more effectively. In this way, the risk of mistakes or discrepancies is reduced, and abortive costs minimized.
Working closely with product and system manufacturers to produce accurately detailed specific drawing packages to be used by fabrication sectors to fabricate from.
With a working knowledge / understanding of Modern Methods of Construction and Modular Systems, we are able to produce fabrication drawings to allow panel systems, module systems, primary structure modules or non-load bearing module systems to be fabricated.
RIBA STAGES 4/5/6
The RIBA plan of work organises the process of building design and construction using eight strategic stages. It is adopted as a framework for all disciplines on construction projects as guidance and a broad industry standard.
Stages 4 Technical Design, 5 Manufacturing and Construction and 6 Handover covers works including all design information required to manufacture and construct, commission and handover over a building project.
We have wealth of technical experience delivering projects through various procurement models.
DESIGN & BUILD
Working for the main / principle contractor through a form of procurement which places both the design and build responsibility for a project onto the contractor through the full site delivery.
Either novated following successful client design stages, or having been appointed with the contractor following receipt of planning permission from a 3rd party consultant.
Having experience of modern methods of construction (MMC), utilising different technologies and raw materials, across various industry sectors.
Experts with comprehensive experience of modular construction across multiple modular systems and construction sectors, we are able to review and look at existing schemes to establish if the scheme in its current form is suitable for modular construction.
Moving forward including fabrication drawings, manufacturing and construction stages, or altering the proposals to suit a modular form of construction.
As a consequence of using manufacturing production methods, the workflow is significantly different to traditional building.
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