Building Information Modeling's (BIM) far-reaching capabilities and benefits allow Morley’s project teams to integrate disciplines into real-time processes that automatically connect and distribute information while optimizing resources, minimizing unforeseen conditions and controlling costs during construction. This is especially true between the integration of structural concrete with mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems.
With structural concrete as a critical path activity in the construction of buildings, it is imperative to have a contractor who has the know-how and understanding of complex structural systems, and how they integrate with architectural and engineering design principles. Morley’s professionally trained staff utilizes Revit by Autodesk to address these issues, and our range of services is as broad as the software’s capabilities.
Morley's BIM services include studying structural concrete details; comparing drawing and specification requirements; developing three-dimensional elevations and section drawings; coordinating with placement of highly complex mechanical, electrical, plumbing and life-support systems; generating concrete lift and shop drawings; efficiently sequencing concrete work; providing accurate take-off information; sequencing and planning data for material lists and cash-flow projections; and planning formwork cycles and manpower logistics. We combine the BIM and scheduling software to create a three dimensional construction view of the schedule.