Expert Clash Detection & BIM Coordination Services

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BIM Coordination Services

What is BIM Coordination?

Imagine constructing a building digitally first, where every component fits perfectly.  That’s what BIM Coordination is all about.


It serves as your digital building, merging multiple model elements into a seamless Building Information Model (BIM) environment for enhanced analysis and project execution. No more bumps in the road because we catch them before they even surface, ensuring that your project runs smoothly from concept to completion. We’re not just reducing hiccups but revolutionizing how your entire project comes together.


Why BIM Coordination is a Game-Changer for Your Projects:

Cut Costly Rework
Enhanced Project Quality
Improved Collaboration Between Project Stakeholders
Reduce Risk
Improved Project Timelines
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Why Choose TPM as Your BIM/VDC Coordinator?

Our team of industry experts specializes in creating BIM execution plans with our clash detection services.
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We're AEC Industry Professionals

Our team is from the AEC industry and deeply understands the unique needs of AEC companies.

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We Work with Firms Like You

We work with commercial and industrial construction firms and sub-contractors specializing in mechanical, electrical, plumbing (MEP), and fire protection.

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We Provide BIM Coordination from Coast to Coast

Whether you need BIM coordination services in Boston or L.A., we've got you covered from coast to coast.

Plan Now, Avoid Headaches Later

We’re here to lead your BIM execution planning, ensuring top-notch clash detection. Whether you’re looking for clash detection on a specific project or planning your whole company’s strategy around BIM/VDC, we’ve got you covered.
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Clash Detection Expertise

Leveraging our strengths in Autodesk software, specifically Revit and Navisworks, TPM offers a comprehensive clash detection solution. We ensure that your projects are not just BIM-compliant but also free from costly design conflicts.

Clash Detection in Design

In the design phase, our advanced clash detection tools work like a virtual fine-tooth comb, identifying even the minutest conflicts between architectural, structural, and MEP systems. This precision ensures that any issues are ironed out in the planning stage, long before construction begins. The result? A design that is as functional as it is aesthetic, and a project that moves forward without a hitch.

Clash Detection in Construction

Once you're in the construction stage, our clash detection services are more than just a safety net; they're your eyes on the field. We continually update and monitor the BIM model to identify any real-time discrepancies, whether they are spatial conflicts or material shortages. With this proactive approach, your construction process remains uninterrupted, ensuring on-time delivery without costly do-overs.

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Model Creation

Bridging BIM Scope Gaps for Smooth Construction Outcomes

We actively assist with Building Information Model (BIM) production, aiming to fill any potential modeling scope gaps. Our commitment ensures we carefully organize each project stage, enabling a smooth construction process and minimizing unexpected difficulties.

3D Laser Scanning

Reality Capture and Scan to BIM

When essential as-built information is missing or incomplete, don't worry. We've got you covered.

Our team offers advanced 3D laser scanning techniques to accurately capture the current state of any structure. Additionally, with our specialized scan-to-BIM services, we can seamlessly integrate this data into a Building Information Modeling (BIM) environment. This ensures you have a comprehensive and accurate digital representation of your project.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is MEP BIM Modeling Services?

MEP BIM Modeling Services create digital representations of a building's Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) systems. This process gives rise to detailed MEP 3D modeling. With an MEP 3D model, professionals can visualize internal systems more effectively. This is a crucial aspect of Building Information Modeling (BIM). It's not just about design; it's also about ensuring efficient construction. MEP modeling services provide a comprehensive 3D blueprint, showcasing heating, wiring, lighting, and plumbing in vivid detail.

What is a BIM Execution Plan?

A BIM Execution Plan (BEP) is a guide for using Building Information Modeling (BIM) in construction. It lists roles, tools, and standards. Everyone on the team uses it to stay aligned. The "Penn State BIM Execution Plan" is a top example in the industry. It shows the best ways to use BIM. Think of it as a BIM roadmap for projects.

What is 3D BIM Coordination?

3D BIM Coordination involves using Building Information Modeling (BIM) to integrate different design elements into a unified 3D model. This allows designers and constructors to spot and fix conflicts before construction begins. It's like a practice for building, making sure all parts, like electricity, plumbing, and structure fit together perfectly.

What is Design-Build for Construction?

Design-Build is a construction method where one entity provides design and construction services. Instead of hiring separate architects and builders, a client works with a single team from project start to finish. This approach often leads to faster project completion, clearer communication, and potentially lower costs since the design and building phases overlap.

What is BIM Coordination in Construction?

BIM Coordination in construction refers to integrating and aligning different building designs and data within a unified Building Information Modeling (BIM) environment. This process helps teams identify and rectify potential conflicts, such as overlapping systems or design discrepancies, before construction begins. Doing so ensures smoother project execution, minimizes delays, and reduces the risk of costly on-site modifications.