Turkish company uses high-tech tools for construction project in Qatar – Middle East Monitor
Dorce Prefabrik, a Turkish construction company, used building information modeling (BIM) technologies to implement its container modules project in Qatar, Anadolu News Agency reports.
According to a statement released by the company on Wednesday, 3D / 4D / 5D processes were applied as part of the project, and all project complexes were made with a BIM model.
With technological advancements, he said, the construction industry is making significant strides towards digitalization.
Construction documents, which were previously processed by hand on paper, can now be easily created on the computer through the use of drawing tools in the computer aided design system.
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BIM enables architects and engineers to plan, design, construct and manage buildings and infrastructure more efficiently. With this process based on a 3D model, it has become an important procedure.
The company said it was now possible to virtually construct a building before physically launching it to assess potential problems and consequences.
The created virtual model supports the process from design to construction documentation, procurement and manufacturing to the actual construction process, and even post-construction building management.
âRealizing the benefits and possibilities offered by BIM, developed countries such as the United States, England and Japan have now started to make BIM a necessity in their construction processes,â the company said.
“In Turkey, the use of BIM has been made mandatory in railway system projects. It is believed that BIM will be widely used in all public projects in the near future,” the company said.
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