Facility Management

Facility Management can be defined as the process of utilizing BIM models for managing an asset and is gaining traction in the construction industry. All the parameters that are associated with the components of a building are integrated with the data-rich geometrical models. This data is utilized during the entire life-cycle of the asset.

Our services in BIM Facility Management consist of delivering information models that can be used directly for managing and maintaining the asset by building managers and owners. Our BIM specialists develop data-rich virtual models of the building that facilitates the tracking and extraction of various asset-related data such as specifications, operation manuals, component status, warranty data, etc.

This helps in pulling out the specifications of a certain part and makes the replacement relatively quicker and easier. Model is good for operations and management only if it an actual as-built model. The as-built model MUST be the same as that of actual site construction. A model is not an as-built model until it is field verified. Field verification is to be done through Laser scanning or through markup drawings. We have significant experience in both. After the construction is completed the as-built model is the only resource for finding out information if BIM is used extensively. If BIM is not used then 2D drawings are the resource that is typically difficult to comprehend and understand changes in later stages. In case of BIM, an as-built model will help to understand and see the location of each and every Plumbing pipe, HVAC ducts, etc.

We have delivered Facility Management Services for commercial, residential, industrial, institutional, and educational facilities. Customer satisfaction and project quality deliverables are the core of all our services and we constantly strive to add value to the projects by understanding our client’s requirements precisely and delivering up to client’s satisfaction. We have significant experience in providing facility management.

Benefits of Facility Management
  • Using BIM in asset management helps building managers and owners to speed up the decision-making process by taking informed decisions regarding repair, maintenance of HVAC and other systems, spatial requirements and energy evaluation.
  • Facility Management enables the tracking and extraction of asset data (such as specifications, status, operation manuals, warranty, etc.) thereby streamlining and easing asset management and replacement during its entire lifecycle.
  • Facility Management simplifies activities such as routine maintenance, space management, energy efficiency, remodelling and renovation by providing hands-on data for the specific requirements thereby saving time.