Dedicated to continually enhancing its offerings to the AEC field, ENG encountered the challenge of reconciling industry needs and BIM implementation while accounting for common industry pain points.
Specifically, they doubted down on how to elevate the installation process with easy access to updated details. How many times has a foreman installed something with outdated drawings while several new versions of it had been created by the design or detailing team? And how many of those new versions got lost in an email? Although there is a lot of new technology that could solve these problems, it is not always easy to use. Having quick access to additional information about a specific spool or installation drawing would be incredibly useful.
We worked with ENG’s team as one, in the following areas:
Assessing industry needs:
We have worked on BIM and we know the industry’s pain points, so we set out to help in thinking of ways to bridge the gap between BIM model to the field.
As software experts, we help to design and build ways to make the application reliable and scalable.
We leverage BIM software knowledge to connect the modelers with the application through desktop software addins that send model data and make it available throughout the application.
To address this challenge, e-verse decided to leverage BIM software to connect modelers with applications through desktop software add-ins that send model data and make it available throughout the application.
Field Genie is a mobile web app that works interacting with traditional paper drawings. The scope is to provide the foreman the most recent information from the BIM model and extracted drawings so that they are always up to date. Field Genie also allows the users to get any additional information they need to install, all in one click. Simple, easy to use, and effective. This approach will help ensure that the correct and up-to-date information is available to everyone who needs it.
“I thank e-verse for the excellent job well done and when our software development requirements exceed what we can do in-house, actually e-verse is the first one I would call.”