BIM, the first step in the digital transformation of the Saint-Brieuc Armor urban district
Designing and developing a new drinking water plant
The existing drinking water plant has been extended and upgraded several times since it was first built. The raw water from the Gouët reservoir contains significant quantities of organic matter and various undesirable substances.
Incorporating BIM into existing processes to support the transformation towards the smart city
Pioneers in hydraulic infrastructure modeling since 2011, the teams at SUEZ Consulting incorporated the BIM method into the design phase for this project:
- Design modeling
- Design review
- Producing 2D deliverables
- Classification (coding)
- 3D coordination
- Consolidating the digital model
Photograph opposite: project coordination view.
With data modeling and the transition to digital models, the work becomes a collaboration between all the construction trades and requires excellent coordination to manage these 3.0 projects
Alice de Kergariou , Key Project Director at SUEZ Consulting