lunes, 12 de diciembre de 2016

BIM Use in New Aircraft Carrier Pier and Bulkhead Rehabilitation Design.

Today Building Information Modeling (BIM) is routinely used in the design of buildings and other vertical structures.  When the design for a new U. S. Navy aircraft carrier pier and the rehabilitation of existing bulkhead began in 2009, BIM was becoming a standard in vertical structure design, but had hardly been used for piers and other horizontal structures.  The Moffatt & Nichol (M&N)-led MN3M joint venture decided to utilize BIM to improve coordination among design disciplines, identify potential construction conflicts, reduce errors in design, help visualize the end product, and provide the Navy with a model to be used for asset management.  This project was the first design involving BIM for this type of project to be performed for Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) on the East Coast.

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