In the Open BIM environment, projects are solved in a collaborative and progressive manner, as these are defined as the members of the work team establish proposals and solutions for all the aspects of the project: structures, building services, urban planning, furniture, surroundings, etc.
The duality that exists between the work areas is one of the most important features of the workflow implemented in BIMserver.center. The native files of the applications used to develop the projects remain at all times in the private sphere, and are not shared in the cloud. It is the IFC files generated by each application, with the final results and the adopted. solutions that are shared in BIMserver.center to enable the collaborative development of the project.
Using BIMserver.center, there is direct communication between all the users and applications that participate in a project that has been developed using the Open BIM workflow.
Using an updating serve in the cloud, with BIMserver.center, it is possible to manage and share all the files of a BIM project, providing the means for good organisation and communication amongst the users who are authorised to intervene in the project.
Furthermore, those who are responsible for the projects can manage the permits and accesses for each project, and for each authorised user, even allowing the possibility to provide contributions or proposals to any BIMserver user that is interested in participating in a project.
With BIMserver.center you can develop and share your projects with users you have authorised within a collaborative workspace.
Within the Open BIM workflow, all the information of the project, each piece of data or file that is being worked on, is located in a specific place.
This data can only be modified by the user that has generated them.
This way, all the project files move in the same direction, avoid duplicated and files with obsolete versions.
BIMserver.center is a platform for the collaborative development of projects in the cloud and, therefore, is designed to share information. This section explains the fundamental aspects of the workflow from the point of view of privacy.
Analysis and design of reinforced concrete, steel, timber and aluminium structures, including the design and optimisation of sections.
CYPECAD was brought about to carry out the analysis and design of reinforced concrete and steel structures, subject to horizontal and vertical forces, for houses, buildings and civil work projects.
CYPE 3D is an agile and efficient program brought about to carry out structural calculations in 3 dimensions of bars made up of steel, timber, aluminium, concrete or any other material, including the foundations with pad footings, piles and strap and tie beams.
Design and analysis of reinforced concrete box culverts used for underpasses, subways, and drainage works.
Group of CYPE MEP programs developed to carry out the thermal and energy analysis of buildings, and design their lighting, sound and fire extinguishing installations.
The applications that work with the 3D model of the building are integrated in the Open BIM workflow via the IFC4 standard.
There are 13 products.
Quantities, Bills of quantities, Certifications, Specifications, Job Budget Control. With quantities and certifications using BIM files.
The most complete tool for Project Management: bills of quantities, project certifications and specifications.
Work with parametric price banks (including those compiled in DLLs and in FIEBDC-3 format ), with multiple prices (prices for labour, materials, etc.,), and with specifications (if the price bank you are working with includes them). Includes a dictionary to quickly locate concepts based on key terms. Associates graphics to job items, chapters and unit prices.
The "Bill of quantities of Revit models" module of Arquimedes creates a direct connection between Arquimedes (CYPE) and Revit (AutoDesk) (2015 and later versions), and has been designed to obtain the quantities and generate the bill of quantities based on a Revit BIM model.
The module installs a CYPE add-in in Revit. This allows users to work simultaneously in both programs (Arquimedes and Revit) or only in Arquimedes by importing the file generated by the CYPE add-in in Revit, which contains the complete Revit model.
Arquimedes and Job Control has the same features as Arquimedes, and is completed with budgetary control for the job, whose features are detailed below: