Benefits of Constructible Models for Structural Engineers.  

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Students do you know the difference between a constructible model and a BIM model? A Constructible Model is differentiated from a BIM model in that Constructability is considered from the model’s initial conception all the way to fabrication. By beginning with a Constructible model during the design phase, an Engineer is able to help identify design issues prior to them becoming RFIs as well as share the model downstream for detailing and construction planning.

Amy Northcutt, Application Specialist for Trimble Software and a licensed Structural Engineer will walk through the benefits of constructible models for structural engineers. She will share some design examples, walk through a quick product demonstration and show the benefits of working with the model vs 2D drawings. How can this save in the number of RFI's issued? Let's take 30 minutes to find out.  This webinar is 30 minutes and packed with lots of great information to help get you started.  

Here is what you will discover within this webinar:

  • We will define Constructibility and explore what this word actually means to the DBO workflow?
  • We will share some examples of constructible models, as well as, constructible projects
  • We will also walk through some everyday user cases showing the benefits of constructibility
  • Understand the amount of time required to create a higher level of detail/constructible models
  • We will also conquer the topic of "Evolution of drawings", do we really need them? 
  • Benefits of creating and using constructible models.

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