Avvir has announced a suite of new product enhancements including Clash Results, User Generated Inspect Reports, Project Metrics and more. The products are all designed to enable construction teams to simplify reporting and identify potential issues to prevent errors and delays in the construction process.
Additional product enhancements include self-uploading for existing BIM scans, updated metrics reporting functions and more.
Clash detection analysis, an aspect of quality control, has grown due to the emergence of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and reality capture technologies. Through the use of enhanced clash results, construction managers can select a clash and see which elements that have not yet been physically built will be impacted by that clash. This enables project managers to identify and rectify issues earlier on in the construction process to avoid mistakes or delays further down the line.
“Our main goal at Avvir is to equip construction industry professionals with technology that will enable them to build smarter, safer buildings that are on-time and within budget,” said Zoe Abboudi, senior product Manager at Avvir. “These product enhancements allow us to deliver on that goal by identifying potential issues in a new build well before they ever make it to the physical world so that they can be corrected in the planning phase and to avoid causing delays once construction has already begun. It’s our hope that this technology will improve the safety of construction sites and ultimately the buildings themselves, in addition to saving time and money.”
Another feature update is the new Custom Deviation Reports which focuses on the way users analyze and report installation deviations, empowering them to take control of their projects and close the loop on installation errors before they lead to schedule delays. With this feature, users can select deviations and clashes and generate comprehensive reports. Generated reports can be shared with team members, clients or contractors. This feature promotes collaboration and decision-making, as stakeholders will have visibility to installation deviations that need attention, leading to resolutions and project outcomes.