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HVAC/PIPING/PLUMBING/

ELECTRICAL/

FIRE PROTECTION

BIM SERVICES

-build it the right way!

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• -build it the right way!

Index

• Why BIM?

• Benefits of BIM

• List of countries using BIM extensively

• Future scope and potential of BIM Technology • BIM Services • HVAC • Mechanical Piping • Plumbing • Electrical • Fire Protection • Family Creation • Mechanical Room • Hanger Drawing • Dynamo Scripting • Constructability • Value Engineering

• Quality Check and Assurance • Process and Operations

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The Future of BIM

• Combating Sick Building Syndrome

Sick building syndrome (SBS) refers to buildings where occupants experience acute health and comfort effects that appear to be linked to time spent in a building, without a specific illness or cause identified. With building information modeling, project stakeholders may be able to reduce the risk of SBS by

determining how best to maximize natural light, increase airflow and ventilation and improve office acoustics prior to construction.

• Improving Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

While engineers already use energy modeling, the process is costly and time-consuming. Building information modeling has the potential to enable engineers to accurately estimate energy utilization, water consumption and CO2 emissions. This can help them identify opportunities to reduce waste and improve

sustainability throughout a building’s lifecycle. And considering the average

commercial building wastes as much as 30 percent of the energy it consumes, this is critical.

• BIM and Augmented Reality

BIM already allows users to virtually navigate a space that doesn’t yet exist, but it’s not exactly immersive. In the not-so-distant future, architects, engineers and designers will be able to leverage augmented reality (AR) to conduct digital

walkthroughs of future buildings. This will allow them to develop a more thorough visual and quantitative analysis of individual elements within the space.

• BIM will turn into AIIM(Artificial Intelligent Information Modeling) Generative Design and Dynamo Studio are examples of it.

https://constructionblog.autodesk.com/future-of-bim-infographic/

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BIM Services:

HVAC

HVAC model, along with hangers say trapeze, strap or seismic etc, is produced keeping intact all the building codes in accordance with SMACNA, ASHRAE and other local standards. The modelling process involves following process:

Merging

Architecture/Structure to modelling interface

Creating Model following Building

Codes and HVAC standards and contract documents

Coordination with other services using common visualization interface as Navisworks Constructability Review/ Value Engineering

Post modelling and coordination, once it is clash free, we proceed towards producing installation drawing, penetration plan, spool drawing for pre-fabrication and other deliverables required by the client.

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BLOCK CUT-OUT DRAWINGS

In the modern construction practices as the

construction proceeds, these block out is made

in the walls with the help of this block cutout

drawing in while erecting the walls. This is done

for even distribution of stress around the cut

out. However, this is not a thumb rule. Many

times this cutouts are made post wall erection.

SHOP DRAWING

The shop drawing or the installation plan is the

of utmost importance. It is the sheet which get

in directly used by the site engineers. Contains

detailed information of the elevation, size ,

dimension of the service. The level detailing

may vary as per the clients

SHOP DRAWING BLOCK CUT-OUT

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MECHANICAL PIPING

• Mechanical Piping is one of the most

important services in any building. The MP

services run from the Mechanical Room to

serve different equipment.

• This mainly comprise of the HVAC wet that

runs between the AHU to chiller and many

a times to cooling tower.

• These pipes are further classified as Hot

Water Supply and Return whose source is

boiler

• Also, as the chilled water supply and return

whose source is the chillers

• The condensate from the different FCUs,

AHUs is also categorized under this system

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MP SHOP DRAWING

PENETRATION DRAWING

MP SPOOL DRAWING

Penetration Drawing are

produced to know the location of the services passing from one floor to other through the slab. This is very much important to locate the exact position of the service. Since the core drilling cost is pretty high, mostly this is made while when the slabs are laid.

As earlier stated, shop drawings or installation drawing contains the details of the services say it the

elevation, size and dimensioning. This is drawing which is referred on site. So, the drawing is of utmost

importance

The current construction process follows the trend of pre

fabrication and creates combine packaged of the services. This makes the work on site less hectic and make the installation much easier and handy

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PLUMBING

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Med Gas 3D Model Shop Drawing Drainage And Vent

• The plumbing model is created from the contract/design drawings in strict compliance with contract specifications, technical submittals and the relevant codes (UA/EU or the country/state codes, UPC/IPC and other local codes.

• We generate a coordinated BIM model after resolving the clashes among all the trades (Architecture, Structure, Concrete, Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire Protection, etc.). Clashes are resolved through Online meetings / sharing 3D clash snapshot. Clashes are resolved by re-routing utilities, changing elevation and re-sizing. Value Engineering is also offered to improve system efficiency, reduce costs and easier construction and maintenance

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PLUMBING SPOOL & BOM

The current construction process follows the trend of pre-fabrication and creates combine packaged of

the services. This makes the work on site less hectic and make the installation much easier and handy.

These spool’s length are as per the logistics which will carry them. Addition to this, the Bill Of Material will

give an idea about the quantity required. Hence, reducing the chance of over estimation and under

estimation and proper inventory management.

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ELECTRICAL

The electrical services consist majorly of

conduits, cable tray and lighting. Use of

electrical BIM design for construction has

numerous advantages for all the stakeholders of

the discipline, whether its client, contractor or

consultant. Electrical BIM modeling services

provide a way to implement prefabrication

process opportunities for electrical contractors.

Implementation of BIM practices for an

electrical contracting project helps in improving

safety measures on-site, which further helps in

avoiding accidents and mitigates risk during

construction.

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Electrical 3D Model Lighting Plan

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FIRE PROTECTION

The powerful spatial coordination capability of BIM (also known as clash detection') is the primary way projects involving multiple trades are taking advantage of BIM. Conventional coordination, done with transparent drawings on light tables and between crews in the field, yields mixed results. On a BIM project, the discipline-specific models produced by engineers and trades can be

evaluated together as if they were in a single model by uploading them into specialized software programs, such as NavisWorks, Solibri or BIM Sight, that can read multiple file formats concurrently. This way, geometric conflicts between the models can be

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3D FAMILY CREATION

• Families are termed as building

blocks in Building Information

Modeling. A family could be a cluster

of parts that unit employed in

developing a BIM model with a

typical set of properties (called

parameters) and related graphical

depiction.

• Family creation services target

creating basic parametric families

like furniture and equipment. It

enhances the graphics quality of the

project models by modifying the

various BIM families

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MECHANICAL ROOM

• A mechanical room or a boiler room could also be an area or space during a building dedicated to the

mechanical equipment and its associated electrical equipment, as opposition rooms intended for human occupancy or storage.

• Unless a building is served by a centralized heating, the dimensions of the mechanical room is usually proportional to the dimensions of the building. a tiny low building or home may have at the foremost a utility room but in large buildings mechanical rooms could also be of considerable size, often requiring multiple rooms throughout the building, or even occupying one or more complete floors.

• Mechanical rooms are perplexing spaces containing chillers, warm exchangers, Pressure Vessels, control valves, stand funnels, swing-jolt conclusion, sterile, boilers and conduits.

• In our procedure, we break down the whole

framework design and illustrations to produce the much-prepared model considering all of the parts of conflicts, get to spaces, future repairs so on.

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HANGER DRAWING

A wire-hanging system, or hangers, combines

anchors and frames in a solution approved by

authorized assessors, is attractive, light,

supplied in ready-to-use kits for easy

installation and can leverage the support of

field teams. This system consists of an

anchor, a thick wire loop with a stud, an

i-bolt, a keyless blocker to lock the wire in

place, snap hooks, corner protectors for

HVAC ducts and protective sleeves.

An ideal support system will consist of:

• Anchors that perform efficiently in seismic

and fire conditions

• Engineered frames or wire-hanging

supports that can withstand high

temperatures and earthquakes

• Approved systems of anchors and frames

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DYNAMO SCRIPTING

Use Dynamo to create scripts that automate repetitive

tasks, explore complex design problems, and streamline

BIM workflows in a Revit model. By using Dynamo to

create a script that meets your specific needs, you can save

hours of work. ... Place adaptive components relative to

selected elements in a Revit model

For example,

• Place adaptive components relative to selected elements

in a Revit model

• Identify areas within a tolerance, and override colors in

the active view to communicate the tolerance

• Use coordinates and line lengths to generate a

structurally framed and floored tower

• Import a solid form into Revit

• Place a number of solar panels and write unique

numbers to their Mark parameter

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CONSTRUCTIBILITY AND VALUE

ADDITION

Construction projects, especially infrastructure projects, are considered as the most important interests of countries, due to their direct effects on economy, countries development, and all life's aspects. Accordingly, many technologies and programs have been developed trying to control projects in terms of costs, time of implementation, and the outputs quality. Among the best practices that have proven successful in this area are

constructability and value engineering. In this research infrastructure projects in Iraq were

assessed, and found that those projects suffer from failure on several fronts, because they are

implemented using traditional methods which lead to a significant waste in resources. A model based on the concepts of constructability and value

engineering is proposed and applied to project phases, including the operation & maintenance phases. Results show that applying the suggested model lead to saving time, cost and improving the required quality of materials and work, by taking advantage of experience of all project's partners

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QUALITY CHECK AND ASSURANCE

Phase 1- Model Check

with respect to

contract document and

specification/execution

checklist

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Phase 2- Pdf and

check- to look for

missing items and

overlapping

2

Phase 3- Plot and

check- to assure that

the deliverables are

site ready

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PROCESS AND

OPERATIONS

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Step 1

• Kick-off meeting with the client and

thereafter with team

Step 2

• Prepartion of

Execution checklist

Step 3

• weekly meeting with client for continuous review

Step 4

• proper RFI and

queries for a smooth flow of production

Step 5

• QC for every deliverables

Step 6

• feedback and suggestions from client

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WHY

B2One?

•We believe in quality more than anything. Service before anything is our principle.

Quality is Our

Principle

•A group of enthusiastic individuals having holistic experience of Virtual Design & Construction Industry segmented in Building Information Modelling come together to bridge the gap between design and site. With the dexterity of wide software and industry know how, we revolutionize the mode of construction. The rapid change in construction demands for more dynamic team to align themselves as and when required

Dynamic

Team

•recognize that our clients want solutions and services to be provided while in an open environment with clear honest communication. As a result we work closely with all our clients to ensure that their expectations are always met.

Transparency

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