Construction projects are traditionally prone to errors in design using conventional methods of overlaying two-dimensional drawings.  This conventional process is susceptible to project risk for all project stakeholders.

The benefits of utilizing a building information modeling (BIM) is that multiple project stakeholders can effectively collaborate and coordinate their scope of work through an iterative process called clash detection.  By implementing virtual design & construction (VDC), the building is virtually constructed using 3D modeling software like Autodesk Revit.  The conflicts that arise during the design process between the architectural, structural, and MEP elements are identified using Autodesk Navisworks.

Our experienced teams can identify these clashes between different disciplines and provide clash reports for all project stakeholders throughout the design and construction process.  The BIM coordination efforts led by TITAN AEC will ensure that all design teams are collaboratively exploring solutions to resolve clashes before they are encountered at the construction site.  This will eliminate waste and allow design and construction teams to implement a sustainable design for their client.