Constructability Review

Constructability Review

Constructability Review is a process of infusing construction knowledge into the design process during BIM project cycle.

BIM models are developed to estimate the potential cost, time, and quantity but additional analysis is needed to improve model accuracy.

The BIM Engineers team follows a systematic four-step approach to generate a cost-effective constructible model.

Areas We Focus During CR Process

Input Inconsistency
Lack of Design Information
Data Mismatch
Codes and Standard Issues
Model Conflicts
Space Constraints

Steps We Follow to Generate a Cost Effective Model

  • Individual Review/Self Analysis
  • Review by Quality Assurance Team
  • Review by Value Engineering Team
  • Final Analysis based on Lesson Learned Database
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