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BIM brings multiple trades together to ensure a  perfect fit before the build even begins.

BIM brings multiple trades together to ensure a perfect fit before the build even begins.

There’s a reason why the industry loves Building Information Modeling – or “BIM.” This integrated design and construction process brings multiple trades together to ensure every component fits seamlessly before the build even begins. We’re pleased to continue being part of this innovative process and have started rolling out brand new Wenger Revit family models to add to this dynamic resource catalog.

“BIM isn’t new, and we’ve been actively providing Revit models for numerous Wenger products for years,” said Mark Ingalls, Wenger Corporation’s Performing Arts Custom Product Manager. “We’re in a unique position to create new Revit models with enhanced functionality, and we’re excited to offer these tools to design professionals.”

What sets Building Information Modeling apart from other design processes is how it encompasses several different tools and methods to create an integrated, cohesive construction experience. This holistic approach ensures each phase of the process is as efficient, safe, and cost-effective as possible every step of the way.

Customize every project component in 3-D to make  sure element fits into the space.

Customize every project component in 3-D to make sure element fits into the space.

“Simply put,” Ingalls explained, “you make a 3-D model of your project and make sure everyone fits into the space. This approach streamlines the process and minimizes change orders every step of the way. For example, you can drop our Diva Tower Revit Family into your theatre project. Then, you can customize every aspect of this full-stage acoustical shell to work in your performance space with a few clicks of your mouse.”

The key benefits of BIM include:

  • Cost and resource savings
  • More efficiency, resulting in shorter project lifecycles
  • Improved coordination among trades, from client to contractor
  • Increased opportunities for modular construction and prefabrication off-site
  • Leveraging the model and latest technology – integrating with point scanner data from the field
  • Higher quality builds

Experience our new Revit models by watching the new video tutorial here:

For more information, visit http://performance.wengercorp.com/4-design-professionals/.

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