BIM clash coordination is the process of identifying and resolving conflicts or potential conflicts between different building components or systems during the design and construction phase of a project. This is done using BIM (Building Information Modeling) software, which allows designers and engineers to create digital models of a building and its components, and simulate how they will fit together and interact.
During clash coordination, different teams review their designs and identify any potential conflicts, such as overlapping pipes or cables, or structural components that interfere with each other. They then work together to find solutions and make changes to the designs to avoid these conflicts. This can be done through meetings and discussions, or by using the BIM software to simulate and test different solutions.
Clash coordination is an important part of the BIM process, as it helps to ensure that the building will be constructed efficiently and without any issues. It can save time and money by identifying and resolving conflicts before they occur on the construction site, and can help to improve the overall quality of the building.