• BIM

    Jawda Engineering Consultants has employed a BIM utility as part of our state-of the-art plan to provide stakeholders with quality services through the most innovated platforms and materials. Building information modeling (BIM) is the state-of-the-art method to provide an innovative coordinated platform between Architects, Engineers and Construction team. BIM is a symptom of Building Information Modeling, it is the process of generating & managing building data during its life cycle. BIM uses three-dimensional, real-time & dynamic building modeling software to increase productivity in design & construction processes.BIM Uses 3D models to capture,explore,and maintain consistent and coordinated planning, design, construction, and operational data during the lifecycle of the project;

    • Links project planning to construction planning and simulation, as well as visualization during construction and digital fabrication
    • Enhances project communication and collaboration among teams
    • Create more accurate cost estimates
    •  Deliver more projects on time and within budget
    •  Extract information from BIM to pre-fabricate building components to improve project schedule, reduce cost, improve site safety, and produce greener construction practices by reducing material waste
    •  Reuse building models and data to better
      manage facility operations
    •  Analyze data-rich models to optimize resources and reduce waste and lower lifetime maintenance and operation costs
    •  Use intelligent 3D models to help manage space and perform spatial validation for tenant chargebacks
    •  Provides greater project insight for cost, schedule, and constructability
    •  Uses and shares the same consistent data whether you’re at your desk or in the field
    •  Enables prompt response to change with processes that are smarter and faster
    •  BIM empower owner by Improves building quality, Significantly reduces building lifecycle costs, Better understand design projects from beginning to end, Optimizes operational efficiencies and increases occupancy and use rates
    •  BIM combined with cost model enables accurate quantity survey of materials and components.
    bim
    models
    • Higher quality, more reliable design information
    • Greater client certainty/predictability (time, cost, quality) earlier
    •  Better visualisation
    •  Better multi-disciplinary collaboration
    •  Quicker, more consistent and easier coordination of design documentation
    •  Earlier, accurate, complete procurement data (‘smart’ BOQs);elimination of waste and rework
    •  Better construction and project management (‘build it once virtually, then build it for real’)
    •  Better ‘as-built’, whole-life information for O&M
    •  Reduced Risk Factor during Construction
    •  Best Control of Clash Detections
    •  Increased Productivity
    •  Saving Time and faster delivery.
    •  Whole Life asset management
    •  Continual Improvement

    SAMPLE PROJECT DONE BY JAWDA USING BIM

    Indoor GIS type Substation arranged in a double-bus-single breaker configuration in AL AMARIYAH area,Riyadh.The new Substation is fed at 132kVthrough two OHL/Underground circuits from another Substation The substation is equipped with Substation Automation System (SAS) and remotely
    controled from the power Control Center (PCC) through SCADA system, Telecommunication system and gateway.

    sections

    PROJECT INCLUDES

    Participation of all design disciplines of the electrical substation matrix:

    • PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT
    •  ELECTRICAL DESIGN WORK
    •  MEP DESIGN WORK
    •  STRUCTURAL DESIGN WORK
    •  ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN WORK AND WORK PRESENTATION
    •  PROJECT COST ESTIMATION
    •  PROJECT TIME CALCULATION
    •  WORK COORDINATION
    •  Civil design scope
    section
    section
    section
    section
    Construction model
    Analytical model
    Electrical scope
    Showing building power raceways

    Mechanical scope

    HVAC modeling
    HVAC Ducting
    3D Sectional models

    Plumbing work

    Architectural scope