When managing a project, you will need to deal with issues which will come up. These issues can originate from anywhere such while performing a visual inspection in a model viewer like BIMcollab ZOOM or a clash detected using a model checker such as Navisworks or Solibri. You will need a way to make sure that each of these issues has been assigned, has been addressed and when necessary solved.
Is this the most recent list? Have all issues been identified and followed up on? Has another clash been run? Has the status changed? As a BIM manager or BIM coordinator it is crucial to have a grip on your project. Yet in practice, multiple separate worksheets (often Excel spreadsheets) are commonly used to exchange issues. This is why worksheets don't work.
As a BIM manager or BIM coordinator it is crucial to have a grip on your project. Yet in practice, multiple separate worksheets (often Excel spreadsheets) are commonly used to exchange issues. This is why worksheets don't work. Microsoft Power BI is a free business intelligence tool that provides users the possibility to analyze, visualize and share data. Power BI's user interface is intuitive for users and is familiar with Excel.
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Validation and clash detection is becoming more and more integrated in BIM
construction project worldwide. Several applications are available that can detect and document these conflicts. Navisworks is one of those validation tools and is used to manage and share model clashes. It provides two separate methods to perform these tasks. In this blog we will explain them and help you decide which one is best for you.
Working with different disciplines on different BIM models can be challenging. You have to find an efficient way to share IFC files among team members and make sure everybody can use the most recent versions. One of our clients came up with an interesting solution we would like to share, using BIMcollab ZOOM as an effective tool to always have up-to-date IFC files in the federated model.