From feasibility studies to Life Cycle Design and back: this is what we like to call our holistic approach or sustainanable chain approach. No element can exist on its own. No, everything is connected to everything else. All links in the chain influence each other function wise and time wise. It is our vision that only holistic design forms the basis of Circular Cleanroom design.
BIM is therefore not a buzzword for us, but a necessary link to view Life Cycle Management in a sustainable manner not only from the construction phase but increasingly from a Maintainability & Reliability perspective while using the cleanroom.
It is therefore our approach to see BIM as a necessary Life Cycle tool to connect the Conceptual design with the Detailed design in a sustainable way. Only by doing so, the entire Life Cycle of the cleanroom can be designed with the lowest possible Life Cycle Cost.