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  • Advise client on purpose of BIM including benefits and implications. Agree level and extent of BIM including 4D (time), 5D (cost) and 6D (FM) following software assessment. Advise client on Integrated Team scope of service in totality and for each designer including requirements for specialists and appointment of a BIM Consultant.
  • Define long-term responsibilities, including ownership of model.
  • Define BIM Inputs and Outputs and scope of post-occupancy evaluation (Soft Landings).
  • Identify scope of and commission BIM surveys and investigation reports.


  • BIM pre-start meeting.
  • Initial model sharing with Design Team for strategic analysis and options appraisal.
  • BIM data used for environmental performance and area analysis.
  • Identify key model elements (e.g. prefabricated component) and create concept level parametric objects for all major elements.
  • Enable design team access to BIM data.
  • Agree extent of performance specified work.


  • Export data for Building Control Analysis.
  • Data sharing for conclusion of design co-ordination and detailed analysis with subcontractors.
  • Detailed modelling, integration and analysis.
  • Create production level parametric objects for all major elements (where appropriate and information exists this may be based on tier 2 supplier’s information).
  • Embed specification to model.
  • Final review and sign off of model.
  • Enable access to BIM model to contractor(s).
  • Integration of subcontractor performance specified work model information into BIM model data.
  • Review construction sequencing (4D) with contractor.


Our QC process is managed by an independent QC team. We are in the process of implementing Environment Management System (EMS). The main objective of the Quality Control (QC) process is to detect errors and rectify it. Ensuring quality is a group effort and our dedicated QC team is lead by a highly qualified and experienced Manager in M&E Coordination and Quality Control

QC Process 1


Model check up based on contract designs, shop drawings, as built drawings. This process takes upto 40% of the final output.

QC Process 2


In this process project documentation, annotation set-ups, dimension settings. This process takes upto 90% of the final output

QC Process 3


In this process pre-shipment conducted by the project managers and submitted 100% quality output to the client.

QC Process 1

The model is plotted on paper and a preliminary grid by grid check is done comparing it with the original contract documents. Member of the Project Management team assists in this process. The project team leader sends status report to the QC Department to begin QC Phase II.

QC Process 2

The QC Team performs a more detailed comparison of the Contract Documents against the 3D BIM model. Checklist is prepared to review/check the deliverables. Their main objective is to review, identify and address following:

  • The QA/QC Team continuously interacts with the Project
  • Lead and other team members to resolve all technical issues related to the project.
  • Missing data (if any)
  • Mismatches with the contract documents
  • Clashes (Old/New), Elevation, Routing, Fittings, etc.
  • Construction point of view.
  • Attribute Checking (Pressure class, Pipe material, etc.)
  • Location of Equipment such as VAV, Sleeves, Hangers, Valves.
  • Equipment Connection details as per Schematic Drawings.
  • Equipment Models as per Technical Submittals.
  • Annotations & Dimensions, Aesthetic View.

QC Process 3

The Project Manager conducts the pre-shipment check before sending them to the client.


  • Agree timing and scope of ‘Soft Landings’.
  • Co-ordinate and release of ‘End of Construction’ BIM record model data.
  • Use of 4D/5D BIM data for contract administration purposes.


  • FM (Facility Management) BIM model data issued as asset changes are made.
  • Study of parametric object information contained within BIM model data.