Mosser Construction has the ability to offer our clients the opportunity to visualize their projects and maintain open communication with the owner, design team, and subcontractors through 3D modeling. BIM is a process that:
- Creates a safer workplace
- Creates “What if?” scenarios
- Increases consistency and coordination and resolve conflicts between disciplines
- Helps visualize what is to be built in a simulated environment
- Decreases errors and corrections in the field
- Provides for reliability of expected field conditions and construction documents
- Allows for prefabrication of materials offsite, which is typically a higher quality at a lower cost
- Can be utilized for construction sequencing
Through Mosser’s in-house certified manager of building information modeling (CM-BIM), Mosser can produce a federated model composed of the 3D models provided by the design team and other key players on a project.
What is a federated model?
A federated model is a composite of all the 3D models that were created by trade, architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, and any other model that represents or is required for the project. From the federated model, Mosser is able to provide a visual walk-through, or fly-over, which enhances the ability to deliver interference-free designs. Clash detection can be run on the different systems to:
- Identify and resolve conflicts or constructability issues before construction begins
- Reduce RFIs and costly construction delays or rework
- Determine construction sequencing