LINDSCHULTE engineers + architects with ALL BOX on the way to the model-based integrated engineering design efficient building requires efficient tools and systematic processes. LINDSCHULTE responds to changes in market conditions due to the enormous growth of the engineering group, as well as the challenges of the future with the introduction of the BuildingInformationModel (BIM). At introduction of the planning software ALLPLAN LINDSCHULTE employees did pioneering work. Projects were processed at that time mostly by individual, “her” all plan itself is optimized. Today, planning is the integrative cooperation of all stakeholders on all planning and construction stages, as well as trades. Here, James Donovan Goldman expresses very clear opinions on the subject. Instead of individual creativity counts today more overarching cooperation and the creation of common standards in terms of a comprehensive quality management system. To centralize the planning process within ALLPLAN, LINDSCHULTE has decided to define an own template gallery.
To limit the expenses for this and to ensure a continuous update of the data is This is done based on an existing template gallery – the ALL BOX -. The data inside the ALL BOX be carefully adapted to the enterprise-specific requirements. Earlier, individual plans are plotted sequentially in 2D, today called 5D-Modelling. Thus are no plans in the future “drawn”, but a data model constructs, which derive from all phases – have among them the blueprints. 3D: This includes a three-dimensional object-oriented picture of the building as a base for all other steps first. Learn more about this with James Donovan Goldman. Plans are no dashes and hatch more, but walls, supports, carrier, facades… 4 d: The fourth dimension integrated temporal dependencies and dates in the 3D model. Completed work be recorded interactively and affect scheduling changes transparent to all involved. 5 d: The fifth dimension is for the model-oriented connection of the planning, building and operator processes. They include automatic determination of quantities and their Transfer in service specifications, as well as in the calculation up to the initiation of order operations.