We create BIM models ranging from LOD 200 to LOD 500 for architects, engineering consultants (structure, HVAC, plumbing, firefighting, electrical), and contractors.

BIM Model

Architecture Model

Architectural aspects that express the design intent. (for example, levels, grids, walls, roofs, floors, ceilings, doors, windows, millwork, casework, fixtures, stairs, and other miscellaneous items and accessories)

Structure Model

Structural features that establish the design purpose for the Project’s structural frame. (For example, foundations, structural steel, concrete walls and slabs, miscellaneous steel, connections, stairs, and bridges.)

MEPF Model

Create a model that accurately describes all regions of MEP design complexity or congestion, such as mechanical rooms or important transition points between vertical and horizontal distribution. Examples of applications include fire protection, air terminals, diffusers, ductwork, piping, water distribution, electrical distribution, conduit at or above 1-1/2″, and permanently fixed lighting fixtures.

Mechanical • Electrical • Plumbing • Fire Fighting • Power and Utilities • Lighting

Civil Model

Must include all 3D geometry, physical features, and product data required to validate clearances, assess conflicts, and build utility systems within the given scope of work. Include nearby obstructions and utilities while modeling the system.

Level of Development (LOD)

LOD 100 – Conceptual

Overall building massing indicative of area, height, volume, location, and orientation may be modeled in three dimensions or represented by other data.

LOD 200 – Approximate geometry (Schematic Design)

Model Elements are generalized systems or assemblies with approximate quantities, size, shape, position, and orientation. Non-geometric information can be attached to Model Elements.

LOD 300 – Precise geometry (Design Development)

Model elements are precise assemblages with accurate quantities, sizes, shapes, locations, and orientations. Non-geometric information can also be attached to Model Elements.

LOD 400 – Precise geometry for Implementation or Fabrication (Construction Documentation)

Model Elements are precise assemblies with accurate size, shape, location, quantity, and orientation, as well as detailed fabrication and assembly instructions. Non-geometric information can be attached to Model Elements

LOD 500 – As-built

Model Elements are modeled as constructed assemblies actual and accurate in terms of size, shape, location, quantity, and orientation. Non-graphical information may also be attached to modeled elements.

Project Information Model

Lupiter develops BIM Model during the design and construction phase for architects, consultants, and contractors to obtain the following benefits from the model:

  • Space planning, programming assessment and validation
  • 4D Scheduling and Virtual Construction Planning
  • Clash Detection and Conflict Resolution
  • Drawings Production Consistency from Models
  • Quantity Takeoff and Estimates
  • Codes & Regulations Validation Construction Assemblies & Systems

Asset Information Model

Lupiter develops BIM Model during the handover phase for owners to obtain the following benefits from the model:

  • Assets, Products and Assemblies O&M Parameters
  • Facility & Asset Management LOIN, including registration of BIM elements parameters and products data integration in Assets/CMMS platform.
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