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LOD: What is it? Learn the various levels of detail and why they matter in BIM

Have you ever wondered what LOD is? Well, wonder no more! We will now explain in detail this concept and the differences between each of its levels.    After reading the article, you will learn the main indicators and differences between […]

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What is a Digital Twin?

This buzzword is currently being used alongside Digital Transformation, Simulations, Industry 4.0, and so forth, but what is it? And how can we harness its power in an accessible and practical manner? Let’s start at the beginning, with the definition: […]

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What is BIM for Facility Management?

Context   This is a long-due article for us. We get this question a lot from prospective buyers, so we thought we would put together a simple and clear definition. But first, we will start by defining BIM and Facility Management […]

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5 Benefits of BIM in Construction 2021

Talking about the “Benefits of BIM” might sound like a broken record by now…not to mention that there’s a lot of information out there, software companies and service providers are lecturing about the use of BIM by offering a number of benefits…to such extent […]

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3 Areas Where BIM for FM Can Be Beneficial For a Manufacturing Company

There is a lot to be said about the benefits of using BIM for Facility Management (we even wrote a few blog posts about it) and we like to divide them into two categories:1. Handover benefits2. Operational stage benefits   In […]

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Can I use my Revit model for Facility Management?

Yes, but not so fast.  (Disclosure: this information is not meant to be COBie theory or any theory whatsoever. It’s been acquired over the years of practical experience. We hope our experience can help you tackle your projects with more certainty).  The short […]

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ENGworks, BIM Services Market Leader, Announces its New Name: ENG

This growing Company in the field of building technology announces the refresh of its brand. As ENGworks develops, its name simplifies to ENG. COSTA MESA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, March 29, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Time and resources optimization is the key […]

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ENGworks is now ENG

After few years of exceptional growth, we’re excited to announce that as of March 2021, our company will look a bit different: ENGworks is now ENG.

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Revit – Dynamo script to cut pipes and ducts

We were planning to change our current workflow to split ducts and pipes in order to include more features into the process. At the moment the suite of add-ins we use don’t suit our needs 100% and we have to […]

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Revit – Copy rooms from link with Python

Or yet another tutorial in how to recreate rooms from links in Revit post! I know, there are tons of posts explaining how to create rooms from rooms on a link in Revit, but I’m not letting this to stop me.Here is the problem, we need […]

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The best coordinated projects ever

We all know that COVID-19 is a game-changer, and the effect on the economy is undeniable but with have to keep in mind that in the midst of every crisis, lies a great opportunity, and I do feel that we […]

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Scan to BIM golden rules

Reflecting true As-Built conditions and proper information for the specific model purpose is the first thing that comes to my mind when thinking about Scan to BIM projects. In my opinion, after a couple of years of diving into lots of Scan […]

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What is the price of BIM?

Whenever we are discussing with a client the next BIM project, the same questions usually come up: “how much does the BIM cost?” Or “what are your hourly rates?” Or the famous “how much by square feet?” I assume, the same may also happen […]

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LOD downgrade?

Having to downgrade the LOD as you move into later stages on the project lifecycle, sounds very counterintuitive… On the typical A-Z BIM project you go from a lower LODs 200 for early design, “upgrading” to LOD 300s when going […]

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ENG NEW office – Nevada

ENG, the nation’s leading BIM services and solutions provider announced today that as of July 1st 2018 is opening a new office location in Las Vegas, Nevada. Today’s announcement reinforces the company’s ongoing commitment to providing the highest quality BIM […]

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6 Tips for Successfully Applying the Agile/Scrum Methodology for BIM Spatial Coordination

Congratulations if you are among the growing number of general contractors, trade contractors, architects, engineers, and project managers who have embraced BIM to guide your construction planning and execution efforts – congratulations because you know that BIM spatial coordination of […]

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ENG Deals Resorts World a Winning Hand; BIM Firm Says Its Models Will Help Huge Vegas Hotel-Casino Open on Time

Resorts World is building a spectacular 18.6-million square foot, Chinese-themed hotel-casino complex on the Las Vegas strip. The first phase is set to open in 2020 at a cost of about $2.44 billion. Staying on time and on budget will […]

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Learn from our BIM experts @Autodesk University – Las Vegas 2017!

Turn Revit Data into Useful Information with Visualization Techniques & Workflows Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2:15 PM to 3:15 PM – Marcello 4505, Level 4 – Click Here to Read More! BIM technology has been improving and its use is spreading […]

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AEC+ENG – Middle East Joint Venture

Los Angeles, CA–(Press Release)–Today, ENG (www.engbim.com ) and AEC Resource (www.aecres.com) announced the establishment of AEC+ENG Middle East, a joint venture with the purpose of providing Building Information Modeling and related services in the Middle East market. “ENG is very […]

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ENGworks at the 2017 AHR Expo®

ENGworks will be exhibiting at the 2017 AHR Expo Las Vegas, January 30 through February 1st. ENGworks will be one of the few BIM Services providers exhibiting and we look forward to see our clients/partners and colleagues, meet new people […]

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5 Tips on how to choose your BIM Partner

A high demand for BIM services is creating the entry for many new and young BIM providers. Although these new BIM providers are highly motivated they lack experience and know-how. We spoke with several of our clients and came up […]

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BIM requirements: know enough to be dangerous

Day in and day out we receive calls from General and Trade Contractors asking for help. They find themselves bidding a job or even having an awarded contract, where it is specified by the Owner that Building Information Modeling will […]

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Sharing – a model solution

There is a change afoot in construction. It’s not an architectural thing or an engineering thing. Building information modelling (BIM) is both. And more. It is a software that allows different professionals to work together on the same project. “BIM […]

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FM contractors proving slow on the uptake with BIM

Facilities management companies are lagging behind the rest of the construction industry in their understanding and use of building information modeling (BIM). That is according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (UK), which says that the FM sectors needs […]

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Australian Department of Defence takes the lead in BIM

The Australian Department of Defence has emerged at the forefront of efforts to incorporate Building Information Modelling (BIM), using it to enhance the development and operation of its vast portfolio of assets. Brigadier Darren Naumann, acting head of infrastructure for […]

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Is Google planning a BIM-busting app for construction?

Google’s apps and operating system have already “disrupted” Microsoft’s business – and now it could be planning to do the same for BIM and online collaboration in the construction industry. According to online reports, the company’s Google X development unit […]

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BIM = Better information mobility?

A US survey suggests growing benefits of mobile information, but its respondents weren’t enthusing about mobile access to digital models. At the Bentley Systems Year in Infrastructure conference in London, information mobility has been a recurring theme (indeed, BIM has […]

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North Carolina State – Centennial Campus Parking Deck

Project Description: Centennial Campus is a research park and educational campus owned and operated by North Carolina State University in Raleigh. Cambridge Architectural was in charge of fabrication and installation of 2,346 sf of stainless steel mesh panels at the […]

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REVIT Technology Conference – RTC North America 2014

We Are Exhibiting! Come & Visit us at Booth #21 RTC CHICAGO 2014 Thursday 19 – Saturday 21 June 2014 At the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel RTC North America 2014 is right here and we wanted to announce that […]

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ENGworks at the Autodesk University 2014

ENGworks is proud to be an Official Exhibitor at Autodesk University 2014 The place where experts explore the latest technologies and discuss how to benefit from them. Meet our experts: CAROLINA MARTINA DOO – Director of Operations eng@engbim.com CHRISTOPHER DI […]

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BIM In-house or Outsource

What is better: do BIM In-house or Outsource? Building Information Modeling requirements are found on more and more construction projects these days. I have read many articles and blogs speaking about this topic and many Contractors and Subs are asking […]

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Estimating and Quantity

Accurate quantification of building components is a constant necessity during design and construction phases of any project. ENGworks assists during the procurement process by providing Quantity Take-Offs generated from the BIM. When combined with optional studies or phasing, accurate comparative […]

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BIM Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is BIM? A building information model (BIM) is an object-oriented building development tool that utilizes 5-D modeling concepts, information technology and software interoperability to design, construct and operate a building project, as well as communicate its details. 2. […]

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ENGworks BIM Services Division continues its expansion in the US

Continuing the trend that has developed over the last few years, BIM requirements have been rapidly growing on all project sizes and types. With Public Sector Construction increasing over 5% compared with last year and Private Sector Construction recovering strongly, […]

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YouBIM & IBM Maximo Integration

Maine General Medical Center BIM for Facilities Management CASE STUDY The Challenge: Tie YouBIM into the IBM Maximo environment (traditional static directory tree navigation). The world leading solution from IBM, Maximo is one of the most widely deployed CMMS solutions […]

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