The third phase of the BIM4Project cycle is BIM2Field. In the video below Tom Peppink explains the purpose of this phase and what the benefits are for the project. Tom uses the Blankenburg Connection project in Rotterdam for this.
We have accrued knowledge and experience on various projects with the use of drones, photogrammetry, tablets with special apps, sensor techniques, augmented and virtual reality devices, and machine control.
BIM has acquired a stable place in our building process. From the moment the first drawing is made, the emphasis is on smart data capture so all parties involved can work integrally together. BIM continues to play a crucial role during the entire cycle of construction and maintenance of every building and infrastructure project. This way we increase efficiency and lower failure costs.
Ballast Nedam distinguishes herself with her BIM4Project approach. BIM4Project is the collective name of four subareas in the project in which BIM is successfully applied: BIM2Design, BIM2Construct, BIM2Field, and BIM2Operate. For each project, we examine which components we use for a tender, work in progress or the management and maintenance phase. But the merging of the various phases and the interim data structuring are disciplines that Ballast Nedam masters like no other.