Turkish construction firm uses 3D modeling for erecting modular steel buildings

With building information modeling, Dorce Prefabrik manages entire life cycle of project, which may be required for modular construction

Gökhan Yıldız   | 15.09.2021
Turkish construction firm uses 3D modeling for erecting modular steel buildings


Turkish construction firm Dorce Prefabrik manages the entire life cycle of projects that may require modular construction by using Building Information Modeling (BIM), a digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of a facility.

According to a company statement, with a BIM model that includes comprehensive 3D modeling of all structures and Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) systems, building owners can accurately evaluate bids with down-to-the-minute quantities.

"It simplifies the bidding processes depending on the correct procurement of innovative construction materials," it said.

Therefore, the total bid price will reflect the actual costs of the building materials rather than estimates.

It can also significantly reduce carbon emissions during construction. Today, building owners prioritize sustainability.

Dorce Prefabrik sends the final connection lines such as sanitary and electrical installations to any region as one or more modules ready-made, from the production to the final assembly of a building to its completion in the factory environment.

An accurate BIM model of a building makes it easy to get critical feedback through informative previews and virtual reviews.

Incorporating occupants' perspectives during the design phase also helps produce more successful buildings.

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