A BIM project is typically made up of multiple models. There are models by the architect, structural engineers, MEP engineers, as well as other trades, disciplines, and manufacturers. Clash detection is the process of integrating these models together and identifying any inconsistencies that need to be resolved.
A clash might be two elements from different models that overlap in space, or it might be something more complex, like one element interfering with the installation sequence of another.
BIM One provides a comprehensive clash detection service.
We work with the project team to develop a clash analysis strategy that will help to prioritize the coordination of high impact items.
At various agreed upon stages in the project, BIM One will gather the relevant models, perform the clash analysis, communicate the issues to the various teams,
and help everyone participate in the progress of issue resolution.
Using the customized tools and clash analysis workflows we've developed, the project team will be able to identify and resolve potentially
disruptive sequencing and constructability issues well before they arise on site.