We offer solutions for every component in the design, construction, and operation phase.
As an architect, installer, construction worker, contractor, or manufacturer you want as much information as possible about your models. With our solutions, you can turn your designs into a rich source of information for all parties. BIM plays a crucial role in this. By managing and sharing the BIM information, our solutions help you reduce the construction time remarkably and failure costs even more.
Our data management and engineering collaboration solutions help you to manage and share the digital design information, thereby helping you to both minimize failure costs and get more out of your digital design.
Important trends & developments in the construction industry
With our solutions, you can turn your designs into a rich source of information for all parties.
Cadac Group believes in virtual construction.
You create intelligent designs so your suppliers and clients can get straight to work. The digital design of tomorrow shows how your design will work and generates clear and practical information that is useful for all partners in the supply chain. Virtual construction and adding intelligent information in the design phase ensures that everything fits together seamlessly, reducing failure costs and accelerating the construction using smart components.
Thanks to BIM (Building Information Modelling), digital designs have become the ideal source of information in the design, construction, and operation phase. All parties can access the latest designs, anywhere and anytime. Our data management and engineering collaboration solutions help you to manage and share the digital design information, thereby helping you to both minimize failure costs and get more out of your digital design.
Tailored solutions for all partners in the construction chain
All data that is included in digital models during the design, construction, management and maintenance phases must be available to all the construction partners involved. This allows us to work (together) optimally.
Thanks to BIM, architects can produce digital design simulations to manage all the information associated with a project
As an architect firm, you can benefit greatly from BIM.
This means you can give your full attention to being creative and spend less time on corrections.
Many architects are often forced to make various modifications at a later phase because other construction partners do not have all the necessary data. That is a pity, as later modifications often negatively affect creativity.
The Cadac solutions aimed at architects ensure that you can deliver sustainable construction designs, quicker iterations and better 3D presentations. So everyone is satisfied.
Thanks to the intensive involvement of construction consultants during the entire construction process, it is important that these parties work optimally in BIM.
Construction consultancy firms help clients in the construction process from start to finish.
The construction sector and the government have made agreements across the sector regarding the exchange, ownership and organisation of data and information during the construction process. It is, therefore, crucial that construction consultants are fully up to date on all developments concerning BIM. These days, working with BIM is also a requirement for new assignments.
The Cadac solutions aimed at construction consultancy firms ensure that you are always up to date on the latest developments. We can also help you to optimally implement BIM in your organisation.
BIM forms a new manner of collaboration between all partners of the construction process.
Reduce the costs of failure and decrease risks
Contractors and construction companies are intensively involved during the entire construction process. Cadac helps contractors and construction companies with the integral and central management of information to provide optimal communication.
These days, working with BIM is also a requirement for new assignments. Reduce the costs of failure, decrease risks and make the construction process predictable thanks to the business optimisation you can achieve with BIM.
You are increasingly being asked as a manufacturing party to deliver BIM models.
It is important for you as a manufacturer to stay connected with BIM.
BIM is the standard for the construction sector. It is, therefore, important for you as a manufacturer to stay connected with BIM. After all, your products and 3D models are very important in BIM projects. Preferably from a single source and not specifically via CAD libraries from different software suppliers.
It costs manufacturers and suppliers a great deal of time and money to keep content up to date and operational. That's why we, together with UNETO-VNI and other software suppliers, have started a project in which the development of a Uniform Objects Library (In Dutch: UOB) is central. The UOB is a solution for the entire installation industry.
You are increasingly being asked as a manufacturing party to deliver BIM models. What steps do you have to take to effectively transfer your information so that a construction party can continue in BIM? Cadac helps you further!
During the design phase, the BIM way of working is becoming ever more essential
The installation sector is now inconceivable without BIM.
That's why it is now also important to expand the BIM working method from the design phase to the production and realisation phases.
However, at the moment, the BIM workflow often stagnates in the transition between these phases. AutoCAD or Revit models are still being modified from generic 2D or 3D models to detailed manufactured components in 3D. These modifications cost time and resources and can lead to a loss of information.
You as installer possibly benefit the most from the information in the BIM model. This is shown by, for example, the increasing use of BIM content amongst installers. And you do not want to fall behind, do you?
The adoption of BIM is increasing its foothold in all phases of the construction chain.
BIM provides a wealth of practical information that helps save costs in the operational phase as well.
The models that are built during the design phase also contain increasing amounts of information. The use of this information for the long life of an asset is, therefore, a logical follow-up step.
By adding a lot of information to the model at an early stage, not only is it possible to build more quickly with fewer failure costs but the data is also ideally suited for use in the management and maintenance phases.
What is the importance of building information for a long-term management & maintenance plan? The answer is fairly obvious. After all, the period of use of a building is often 15 times longer than the development period. As a facility manager, you use the BIM data for more efficient maintenance, planning and use of space.
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