CEO Parveen Sharma has given a lecture to the staff of Aecom (India).

Friday 28 february 2020, This morning Parveen Sharma was a guest at Aecom to give a lecture about BIM.

“Digital Transformation, get on board or get left behind”

Parveen Sharma told about the transition from Traditional 2D Delivery to 3D Digital Delivery.

We will give you a short recap of the presentation.

History of Drafting

BIM has a long history of drafting projects. The drawings started on stone, followed by sand, cloth, paper, computer/CAD and now BIM and virtual construction.


Benefits of BIM

Better outcomes through collaboration

  • All project partners – uses a single, shared 3D model, cultivating collaborative working relationships.
  • This ensures everyone is focused on achieving best value, from project inception to eventual decommissioning.

Cost reduction

  • Using BIM tools such as Autodesk’s Revit and BIM 360 Docs automates the time-consuming task of quantifying and applying costs

Improved Coordination and Clash Detection

  • Through deployment of new generative modeling technologies, solutions can be cost-effectively optimized against agreed parameters.

Preconstruction Project Visualization

  • Projects can be visualized at an early stage – giving owners and operators a clear idea of design intent and allowing them to modify the design to achieve the outcomes they want.

Faster project delivery – Time savings

  • Agreeing the design concept early in project development to eliminate late stage design changes
  • Resolving complex construction details before the project goes on site
  • Taking advantage of intelligence and automation within the model to check design integrity and estimate quantities.

Reduced safety risk 

  • Crowd behavior and fire modeling capability enable designs to be optimized for public safety.
  • Asset managers can use the 3D model to enhance operational safety.
  • Contractors can minimize construction risks by reviewing complex details or procedures before going on site.

Fits first time

  • Integrating multidisciplinary design inputs using a single 3D model allows interface issues to be identified and resolved in advance of construction eliminating the cost and time impacts of redesign.
  • The model also enables new and existing assets to be integrated seamlessly.

Reduced waste

  • Exact quantity take-offs mean that materials are not over-ordered.
  • Use of BIM for automated fabrication of equipment and components enables more efficient materials handling and waste recovery.

It was an educational and enjoyable morning. Want to know more about BIM? Please take a look on our website or contact us.