The use of Autodesk Revit MEP for BIM Modelling is standard across all jobs ensuring the clients requirements and objectives are met. Our Autodesk contract packages give us the ability to use the latest version of the Revit MEP as well as being able to access legacy versions, ensuring we can operate to the latest industry technical capabilities.

Investment and adoption of the aforementioned software enables Halsion to complete fully collaborative designs with all the other trades on a project. We provide a 3D model capable of full interrogation.  This allows the end-user to view a virtual version of their building, detailing the services and how they interlink to the architectural and structural aspects of the building.

This method of modelling increases accuracy during the design and installation phases of the project and assists the contract manager to ensure all equipment data and quantities of materials are easily detailed. This is achieved by COBie data drops allowing schedules to be produced out of the live model.  This, in turn, enables the contract manager to not only order the required amount of materials but it also provides a far more in-depth concept of the work involved.  As a result,  productivity increases by ensuring the most appropriate mix (i.e. experience, qualification level) and quantity of labour for each stage of the project.

Halsion adopt and manage our BIM model in line with the BEP (BIM Execution Plan) set out by the client’s design team to ensure the BIM model is developed and integrated as a cohesive team. As this model develops and the services are routed through a building, so the software allows us to run virtual clash detection.  This process creates the possibility of sections of work being fabricated off site which assists both programme and reduces the risk of safety issues.

Halsion are aware that no two projects are the same and before starting any project we review and familiarise ourselves with the required BEP (BIM Execution Plan), BIM Protocols, standard and LOD (level of detail) required during the co-ordination and design team exchange process.

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