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Clash Detection

Provide Accurate and Dependable Clash Detection Services for Design, Trade, and Composite Models

Our Autodesk’s Navisworks-based clash detection services identify interdisciplinary clashes or interferences for Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) projects. We generate clash reports as per the client’s requirements which include clashes between the two elements with their location, and categorize clashes as C3 (Critical), C2 (Moderate), and C1 (Low).

Our clash detection services help in identifying and eliminating all unacceptable clashes within the individual discipline (Architectural, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire Sprinklers, Security Systems, and Others) and inter-disciplines thus making each model ready for composite/combined model, and finally to a coordinated model which is needed for the VDC.

Our expertise and experience in BIM clash detection have equipped us with the ability to detect critical conflicts that are deemed to have a major impact on cost and time during on-site construction. Our clash detection services help general contractors, construction management firms, and owners to make strategic decisions for any design changes or change orders.

Services + Benefits

With the help of Autodesk Revit and Navisworks, we help AEC professionals at every stage of design-to-construction workflow with our clash detection and BIM coordination services. With the successful experience of varied projects, we aim to facilitate this critical design process in BIM.

✔ Identify the design interference before the construction process.

✔ Clash detection report helps in better team collaboration between architects, structure engineers, MEP engineers, contractors, and building owners.

✔ It reduces the risk of human errors- thus reducing the amount of changes during the construction process.

✔ Achieving accurate design before the construction process can save a lot of money, time, and resources.

Clash Detection

Provide Accurate and Dependable Clash Detection Services for Design, Trade and Composite Models

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