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Thursday, 8 August 2019

How Does BIM Offer to help Drywall Contractors


Understanding what makes general contractors different from specialty contractors can be a little tough for some. Continue reading to know what makes specialty contractors distinctive. Also, get to know how BIM service providers can assist contractors to reach the profitable growth. BIM service providers can help them to address challenges and can make their job easy. 

Specialty contractors like drywall contractors are facing increasing numbers of challenges like not being paid in time or in full. Believe us when we say, BIM for drywallcontractors or general contractors can address such challenges. 

Wondering How BIM can Help Drywall Contractors? 
Specialty contractors who are working with drywall are coupled with an understanding of safety implications, code requirements, and government norms. They know everything about the products that they have to install.


BIM enables every stakeholder to access design information on diverse materials in use and effectively collaborate on the project. BIM offer insights into design feasibility. Now, as specialty contractors are the most knowledgeable and experienced with the task they are hired for, BIM implementation can assist them with the followings 

    3D BIM Modelling with ConstructabilityReview
    Clash Coordination
    Model-Based Quantity Take-off & Estimation

Pinnacle InfoTech Is Offering Following 3D BIM Services for Drywall Contractors

Leading BIM service provider, Pinnacle InfoTech is offering this following services for Drywall Contractors. 

    Full-scale code compliant metal stud framing layout from basic walls to the detailed curved soffit
    Acoustical ceilings &wall treatment with specialty metal ceiling, wood & wood-veneer
    Drywall installation and finishing for interior, exterior, shaft walls & ceiling soffit
    Acoustical wall panel installation, stretch wall & ceiling systems
    Interior & exterior painting, staining, wall covering & faux finishing
    Security ceilings, canopy and cloud ceilings
    Drywall finishing from fire taping to Level 5
    Decorative and exterior waterproof coatings
    Plastering from historical renovations to high rise constructions
    Sophisticated exterior wall design & installation of exterior light gauge framing/sheathing  

Sunday, 14 July 2019

General Contractors Can Hire These Services from Pinnacle


The construction industry is reaping the benefit of BIM to the fullest. Estimators, project managers, subcontractors, and designers are using BIM to improve their work processes. As BIM technology is improving with every passing year and increasing numbers of companies have started adopting it, the construction industry as a whole is getting benefitted. 

1.    Better Collaboration and Communication
Virtual BIM Models enable users to share, collaborate on a cloud-based platform such as Autodesk’s BIM 360. The collaboration among stakeholders can seamlessly occur through all trades involved in a certain project. The BIM platform allows the team to share project models and ensures that every stakeholder can offer insights into the project. 

Cloud access makes it easier for project teams to seamlessly collaborate among office and field. On Autodesk’s BIM 360 tools, units can always see, make changes and review designs and models on site. BIM environment ensures all stakeholders have access to up-to-date data at any given point of time. 



2.    Cost Estimation
AEC firms that have started using BIM is realizing that including estimator at the first stage of planning allows for more efficient cost estimation; which has contributed to the growth of model-dependent cost estimation (known as 5D BIM). Using tools like Autodesk’s Revit and BIM 360 Docs accelerate the task of calculating and applying costs. This allows estimators to focus on other important factors such as factoring risks. 

3.    Improved Clash Detection
BIM platform allows stakeholders to better coordinate subcontractors, detecting any type of external and internal clashes before the actual construction process starts. General contractors worry about possible clashes, like will electrical conduits clash with steel beam? Does every doorway have required clearance? Every possible clash can be detected with BIM software like Autodesk’s BIM 360 Glue.

Thursday, 11 July 2019

Pinnacle Offers Impeccable MEP Design Validation


MEP design validation offered by our dedicated in-house team members at Pinnacle InfoTech convert inputs like 3D scan data into 3D BIM models. Our diverse expertise brings quality to your project. We offer mechanical, electrical and plumbing validation services. We validate the BIM models offered as per the most advanced construction documents, bulletins & RFI responses.

We offer constructability audit for a seamless construction and proper maintenance. Our team takes every initiative to minimize construction risk by reviewing complex details before going on site.

Design Validation for Electrical Trade
    DB Schedule & Conduit Size Preparation
    Checking Lighting Illuminations
    Accumulative Voltage Drop Calculation
    Lux Level Calculation with automated report generation in a graphical manner
    Cable Tray Size and Route Preparation
    Electrical Single Line Diagram Checking and Load Balancing

  
Plumbing Design Validation
    Domestic Hot/Cold Water System Layout
    Drainage System Layouts
    Pump Head Calculation
    Pipe Sizing & Layout

Design Validation of Mechanical
    Pipe and Duct Sizing & Layout
    Load Calculation for HVAC
    Equipment Selection & Layout
    Equipment Scheduling

At Pinnacle, we offer cost-effective solutions for MEP (M & E) Design Firms. We work closely with design firms using an ISO 9001 certified process. Our team members receive inputs which include hand-sketches, conceptual drawings, design excels, datasheets, red line markups and single –line diagram. We work with MEP (M & E) engineers and provide BIM services to them and work to deliver accurate BIM modeling to validate designs for applicable codes, constructability, performance, and maintenance.

How Does BIM Offer to help Drywall Contractors

Understanding what makes general contractors different from specialty contractors can be a little tough for some. Continue reading to k...