Architecture

We turn data into the value

 

At Rhein Solutions we always want to be one step ahead, that’s why we keep up with the advancement of modern technologies to ensure efficient and cost-saving of projects with long-term advantages for the investors. We use BIM solutions to create projects, 3D models or data of buildings that need to be construct, digitalised or analysed. This technology allows to reproduce an, in all parameters, accurate model on both computer and other devices.

3D modelling according to projects or scans showing the design and appearance of the buildings

Architectural projects which shows levels, sections, details, and layout of the buildings and objects

Analysis of projects, models and data

 

  • Digitalization
  • Scan-to-BIM
  • Revit
  • AutoCAD/ArchiCAD
  • SketchUp
  • Point-Cloud-processing
  • Banner design and redesign
  • Landscape design

Digitalisation

 

Today virtual construction appears to be the standard for any construction projects thanks to technology advancements. BIM system is not just providing value in post-construction, but plays an incredible role in the entire lifecycle of a building. Starting in the design stage, BIM will integrate CAD-systems into engineering and construction.

Process of creating a 3D database which represents the design of the building and also contains important data and information about the building which may be of importance during the building´s construction as well after the construction for maintenance.

BIM system

We turn data into the value

 

What is BIM actually? It is a revolutionary, forward-looking digital planning and working method that integrates the work of all stakeholders involved.

BIM is an intelligent 3D model-based process that give us insight and tools to more efficiently plan, design, construct and manage buildings and infrastructure.

It describes how everyone involved in the process can understand an object through the use of a digital model that relies on a set of data assembled by joint design before, during and after the construction of the facility. Creating a digital model makes it possible to those who interact with the object to optimise their actions, leading to a greater and better understanding of the object itself. It’s supported by various tools and technologies involving the generation and management of digital representations of physical and functional characteristics of places.

Using this system is the equivalent of digitalisation in the construction industry – it is a digitally supported process for planning, constructing and operating building that significantly boost productivity. It creates a well functioning building model in compliance with regulations of the area involved so that the customer’s business becomes efficient and has adequate space for installation.

This process is supported by various tools and technologies involving the generation and management of digital representations of physical and functional characteristics of places.

Some of the characteristics of BIM systems are improved visualisation, improved productivity due to the easy retrieval of information, increased coordination of construction documents, embedding and linking of vital information such as vendors for specific materials, locations of details and quantities required for estimation and tendering, increased speed of delivery, reduced costs.

BIM also contains most of the data needed for building performance analysis, as well as when digitising a building, it contains the necessary information about the building project, materials and other necessary information.

Advantages of BIM:

 

3d visualisation – is the most common use of BIM models to create realistic visualisations of a designed object. This model helps designers and architects make decisions by comparing different design solutions and selling designs to clients, local communities, and other stakeholders.

Change management – Because the data is stored in one central location in the BIM model, any changes to the project are automatically updated in each view: basics, sections, facades. Not only does this help to produce documentation faster, it also provides strict quality control by automatically coordinating different views.

Object Simulation – BIM models not only contain architectural data but also information regarding other engineering professions, energy performance and other features can be easily and accurately simulated long before the construction of the facility itself.

Data management – BIM also contains information that is not visually presented: lists, schematics, a bill of quantities and a pro forma invoice, which allows us to look at project costs and budget at any time of project development.

These BIM model data are not only useful during the design and construction phase of the facility, but can be used throughout the life of the facility to reduce the cost of maintaining and operating the building, and are far greater than the cost of the facility itself.

BIM creates efficiency and users will get numerous benefits. You will realise some of the greatest values of BIM through it´s potential to cut down on rework, such as re-keying information into models or making changes in the field.