Our clash detection services identify clashes between multidisciplinary building MEP systems, such as Mechanical/ HVAC, electrical, plumbing, fire protection as well as structural components and provide clash reports to resolve the potential clashes before construction begins.
BIMPRO provide BIM clash detection services across USA to architects, MEP engineers, and construction teams to help them ensure building design are clash-free before the construction begins. We have successfully delivered our services at numerous locations across USA but not limited to Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, California, Washington, New York, Chicago, Georgia, New Jersey, Boston, and Florida.
Our MEP clash detection services identify MEP clashes with other building’s disciplines and help MEP contractors, MEP consultants and MEP coordinator to improve coordination and collaboration between different stakeholders involved in the project such as designers, general contractors, and trade contractors/subcontractors. etc.
We generate and provide clash reports that help project team members to analyze potential clashes and take corrective decision, ensuring all building component and systems are able to work together seamlessly. Thus, help to avoid costly delays and rework.
We offer clash detection services in USA to multiple firms across AEC industries such as architectural design, MEP design, structural design, MEP subcontracting, general contracting, and construction management.
We have a streamline process of conducting clash detection and clash report generation in USA, defined in the steps below:
Create 3D models of all the disciplines of the building such as architectural, structural, MEP-FP, and other systems.
Define clash detection rules such as proximity, clearances, collision detection to identify potential clashes among building components.
Run clash detection to mitigate errors and generate clash reports to analyze the complexity of the clashes.
We update the design inputs in the model and re-run the clash detection process to ensure all conflicts have been addressed correctly.
At last, we update and document all the resolved clashes into the final 3D model also known as coordinated model.