Our client is a leading construction company with offices in major cities around the world. They offer designs, construction plans, and project management support for high-value construction projects. With an achievement of building one of the largest hospitals in the world, the client has a name for their quality work at high-degree of precision. Over the years the client has been involved in several real estate projects and has a vast clientele as part of their credibility.
Learning about the decades of experience of eLogicTech, the client decided to sign the MEP project contract for one of their key projects. In the form of input files, the client provided us the schematic drawings and mark-ups, technical specification document, and project standard document. With the total project duration of four months, the client required the following deliverables:
MEP shop drawings and combined services drawings
Coordinated section detail drawings
Coordinated BIM models
Equipment detail drawings and enlarged plans
Clash Reports in Navisworks
Bill of quantity details
Apart from the tight non-negotiable project duration of 120 days, eLogicTech's engineering team came around the challenge of understanding the project standards. As the project was for a healthcare facility, the client had strict instructions to follow the specific construction standards - which we understood and adhered in our design and modeling suggestions.
The eLogicTech team received the IFC AutoCAD drawings from the client and analyzed them to get a clear understanding of the client's requirements and scope of work.
We formed a team of nine members including eight experienced MEP engineers and a QC head for this MEP modeling project.
The team developed the MEP shop drawings, coordinated section drawings, and combined services drawings along with enlarged MEP plans.
We developed the coordinated BIM models and bill of quality report for the client's review. Along with these, we utilized Navisworks for preparing the final clash detection reports.
On the client's approval, the eLogicTech team sent the final deliverables along with the technical specification document mentioning the legends and symbol sets.
It was nonetheless an achievement on eLogicTech team's part to deliver the project with so many deliverables within the delivery timelines. Moreover, receiving an appreciation email from the client of such a stature regarding the high-quality BIM models was exceptional and added another feather to our success cap. If you have any project similar to BIM or MEP services, do let us know and we would be happy to assist.