BIM (Building Information Modeling) is one of the handiest tools that our pre-construction team has. BIM allows architects, engineers and construction professionals create a 360-degree building plan that helps them coordinate all the details of a project before it begins. BIM is an essential tool that has changed the way we work. By streamlining workflow and increasing collaboration on the front end, BIM maximizes the value we deliver to each and every customer, no matter how unique their project.
An important part of our pre-construction planning, prefabrication, modularization strategies and design-build services, BIM combines 3D geometry, geographic information, building attributes, materials data, and spatial relationships to simulate a building’s real-world performance. Using BIM to coordinate systems prior to installation reduces costly punch list items, change orders and rework. It also offers our customers the ability to review environmental impact before a project starts.
At Jamar, “Efficient” is an understatement. With our continuous dedication to Lean, we’ve taken an uncompromising approach to drive out waste during the pre-construction process. We anticipate where waste occurs – from initial planning through installation, construction or service – and work to eliminate it proactively.
By removing the activities that don’t add value, your project gets done faster and with less expense. To put it simply, lean will maximize value for you. We know that the effectiveness of Lean relies on our people, at every level, continuously recognizing waste and driving it out of the process. That’s why more than 120 of our employees have earned Lean certification, and that number is growing. In addition, we’re members of the Lean Construction Institute, a leading force in driving lean project delivery.