How BIM is saving time and money at a $1.09bn project in Kazakstan
Four experts explain the enormous benefits of BIM, which has yet to win widespread acceptance in the Middle East and look at potential pitfalls.
Case study: How BIM is saving time and money at a $1.09bn project in Kazakstan.
Louise Collins, a director at engineers WME, explains below how BIM has been used by its building services engineers in Phase 2 and 3 of construction of the Abu Dhabi Plaza Project. It comprises five towers - the tallest of which will be 320m - on a 500,000m2 site in Astan.
Aldar’s mega-project under construction in Astana is scheduled for completion in 2016. It will deliver some 600 residential units in an 88-storey tower, along with office space, retail areas and hotel accommodation.
Using building information modeling (BIM), our building services engineers worked on Phase 3 of the project.
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