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BIM 1-1OsnovProject Team continues to successfully introduce new approach in construction design - Revit® construction.

Revit® is based on Building Information Model (BIM), where a 3D model of the building is designed, including elements of architecture, structures as well as MEP systems.



Revitalization  is taking its roots around a year ago, - says CEO Alexey Kulchitskiy, - and as of today BIM technology appears to be the leader of design development, spreading its implementation in professional community.

Revit® main benefit, - says OsnovProject's Technical Director Kirill Lisin, - is the capability of 3D object modelling, which allows specialists to take a clear look at the object with minimum time and resource investments. Such technology not only reduces quantity of errors and optimizes many technical solutions, but also helps to improve coordination of design and deliverables between disciplines.

As a result of BIM utilization, we obtain complex 3D building model, which describes construction object itself as well as construction process. All information is accumulated into a database, which allows us to access actual layouts, renderings and specifications at any time. Construction object is designed as a whole unit, where, modification of any given component leads to automatic adjustment of other corresponding elements.

In addition, Revit® environment allows to develop design alternatives without acquiring due date extension. At this time we offer variation of 2 to 4 proposals, where Shareholder can choose the top solution applying functionality-cost-constructability analysis.

Further BIM usage is obtainable while not only evaluating construction budget (4D) by means of automatic creation of BoQs as well as during construction phase providing detailed construction program (5D), but also conducting systems and elements database for scheduled maintenance during building operation (6D).


Participants' commitment to 3D construction design execution also drew the Government's attention. According to the agreed plan of 3D construction design implementation, in March 2015 The Expert Committee at RF Government finished selection of pilot projects and is reviewing them to formulate the requirements. Upon the review results Ministry of Construction will prepare and issue for RFGovernmentapproval the list of regulations and technical standards to be further developed and/or adjusted.This work to be completed by Ministry of Construction by the end of 2016.


What should we expect from BIM technology implementation in our daily construction design practice? To begin with, it provides us uniform rules and regulations using consistent standards in one information span. Next, it results in increasing quality of design documentation as well as quality of expertise due to reliability and information accuracy, which ultimately leads to Shareholder's time and investment efficiency.