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BIM Revolutionizing Water Treatment: A Proof from Tejjy BIM Consultants USA
By: Tejjy Inc.
Tejjy Inc. BIM service providers are proof of this. Tejjy recently presented at the Chesapeake Tri-Association Conference in Ocean City, Maryland's Roland E. Powell Convention Center on how effective asset management may be achieved by combining wastewater treatment with technologies like building information modeling, SCADA, PLC, and drones. Every city depends on its supply of water. Hence, wastewater treatment entails a method to remove toxins from wastewater and recycling it.
Sukh Singh, V.P., Tejjy Inc. stated, "We work with innovative tools and believe that wastewater treatment is the lifeblood of every town. One of the top innovators in water and wastewater, D.C. Water, adopted cutting-edge methods to improve community infrastructure. Clean River, Cambi, MPT, and CHP are good, but BIM could be a permanent enhancement to the solution."
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Building Information Modeling:
On infrastructure projects throughout the world, technologies like Building Information Modeling are gaining influence. The industry is accelerating the deployment of BIM, according to the SmartMarket Report on the Business Value of BIM for Water Projects. BIM is enhancing water projects with a high level of customer satisfaction, according to research by Dodge Data & Analytics in collaboration with Autodesk and Black & Veatch. The study also notes that BIM is enhancing project development and design. According to research by Dodge Data, one of the major advantages of BIM in the water sector is multi-party collaboration, which leads to fewer errors and conflicts and improved communication.
Compared to other infrastructures, the U.S. water sector demonstrates BIM leadership in the use of 3D models for facility operation and asset management.
According to Steve Jones, Senior Director of Dodge Data & Analytics, a new value proposition that may expand the use of BIM in the water sector is facility owners' interest in BIM for Facility Operation & Asset Management.
BIM Projects at a glance: