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By Construction Tech Review | Friday, January 10, 2020

HA Sack, a full-service MEP contracting enterprise catering to the southeast region is known for their use of layout and modeling technology on an as-required basis. The firm has successfully carried out several projects wherein the Building Information Modelling (BIM) technology was used throughout.

FREMONT, CA: HA Sack has been around since the year 1945. The firm has established itself as an expert with respect to high-quality installation, maintenance besides construction works for plumbing, mechanical and electrical works. 

Until today, HA sack has extended its services to several federal, institutional, healthcare, commercial, and industrial buildings. The firm presently offers advanced BIM capability to devise, model, synchronize, and manufacture various types of plumbing, electrical, and mechanical installations through the use of industry-grade CAD software. 

Why BIM Matters?

BIM is among the most impactful trends in the current construction industry. The technology is not entirely new but is being incorporated a lot into construction business currently. Lack of awareness was a prominent obstacle in its emergence into the forefront in the construction industry.

BIM technology is an extremely collaborative process which allows architecture, construction, and engineering experts to work

 together on designing, planning, and constructing buildings within a single 3D model. Its scope extends to the management of buildings and operation using data, which can be accessed by the owners as well.

Relying on this data, stakeholders and owners can arrive at strategic decisions, easily powered by pertinent information derived through the model even after the construction of buildings is completed.

Also, the technology saves huge amounts of time and money in the construction processes. Further, this technology is quicker and highly effective and wouldn’t require more people to carry out tasks. 

Through BIM, professionals in the construction industry have found it easy to visually capture potential problems and redesign the same before the construction starts. BIM has also been in instrumental in imparting the ability to build things offsite to be shifted to the construction site later. This leads to a much reduced need for storage.

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