We are award-winning suppliers in every facet of BIM design, implementation, and support.
At DCT, we provide innovative BIM and digital construction technology services tailored to your specific needs, implemented through our highly skilled technical team.
BIM Coordination / BIM Outsourcing Partner
A Building Information Model enables the virtual construction of a building prior to its physical construction. This enables a better understanding of the elements of a building that are not constructible. Our team evaluates access safety, equipment interface, operational maintenance requirements, multidisciplinary coordination, and alternative product selection. Where necessary, DCT can act as BIM coordinators on-site, ensuring that BIM is delivered seamlessly throughout the project.
ISO 19650 Certification (BIM Level 2)
DCT can assist you in obtaining ISO 19650 certification for your business (BIM Level 2). Our certified auditors evaluate your organisation’s ability to leverage advanced modeling tools and ensure that it has the necessary standards, methods, procedures, skilled staff, and infrastructure in place to ensure strict compliance with BIM Level 2 requirements. This certification demonstrates your organisation’s ability to operate at the highest level of the BIM verification scheme for PAS 1192-2 Information Management during the capital/delivery phase of construction projects.
Training & Support
Lifelong education and upskilling are critical to maximising your potential and remaining competitive throughout your professional career, as is investing in your company’s digital evolution. DCT can design and deliver integrated training specifically for your business and team. Our training focuses not only on how to use our software but also on instilling a new digital mindset and way of thinking throughout your organisation. Our expert team can deliver our training courses remotely, at your office location, or at DCT’s headquarters.
DCT can assist your business in achieving ISO 19650 Certification (BIM Level 2) by assessing your organisation’s capability to use advanced modeling tools and ensuring that you have in place the standards, methods, procedures, skilled staff, and infrastructure necessary to ensure strict compliance with the BIM Level 2 documents. This certification demonstrates your company’s capability to deliver a project in accordance with the highest standards specified in the BIM verification scheme for PAS 1192-2 Information Management in the capital/delivery phase of construction projects.
Workflow Review & Development
The DCT consulting team conducts an audit of project workflows and conducts an investigation into how your projects are delivered, from the tender stage to project handover. We analyse the data you receive, the data you generate, and the data you deliver at each stage of your project. We examine how your organisation collaborates and how project information is distributed both internally among departments and offices and externally to all project stakeholders. We look for ways to streamline your collaboration processes in order to increase the efficiency with which you share and access information both internally and externally.
With the emergence of numerous disruptive technologies, we can no longer simply react to change; we must actively participate in and adopt it. Digital technologies make sense to deploy if they support your business strategy. DCT enables opportunities that support your business objectives and highlights potential cost-increasing issues. We work with your team to identify opportunities to implement more efficient workflows by maximising the use of your existing technical tools. Finally, we develop a roadmap for product implementation and adoption in order to streamline the delivery of your overall project.
DCT has a track record of meeting PAS 1192 requirements for COBie data drops. DCT offers a variety of services for managing, validating, and delivering COBie on your project.
At DCT, we collaborate with clients from a variety of industries to develop customised training that puts your team first. Individuals are at the forefront of digital change, and it is critical that their processes and procedures are aligned with the new digital technologies being implemented, ensuring a seamless transition and adoption for all parties.
Digital Information Management
DIM provides BIM processes and guidelines for all construction projects. DIM guides project data management while adding value to project teams by assisting in the improvement of project information exchanges and, as a result, overall project communication. DCT will accompany our DIM clients throughout the project’s lifecycle, resulting in improved project execution at each stage. DIM is DCT’s fastest growing sector, with multiple projects across currently underway across Europe.
What is BIM?
Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a process that utilises intelligent 3D models. It equips AEC professionals with the knowledge and tools necessary to design and manage building and infrastructure projects more efficiently, economically, and environmentally friendly.
BIM is rapidly establishing itself as the industry standard for construction. Clients and project teams who are informed want to use BIM because it solves many of the issues associated with outdated paper-based processes.
Among the benefits of BIM are the following:
- Productivity and efficiency gains
- Enhancement of project outcomes
- Cost and risk reduction
- Collaboration and coordination improvements
- Reduced redundancy.
Rather than producing 2D documentation to construct a building, our process is straightforward at DCT.
To begin, we create a virtual 3D model of the building using cutting-edge software, which enables us to comprehend the design and ensure the building’s functionality. From there, we can generate the necessary documentation automatically from the building model.
Individuals can navigate, explore, analyse, and query data within this virtual building. This enables all parties involved in the project to verify that they understand the design, that everything works and fits together properly, and that any issues are resolved prior to the physical construction beginning on site.