BIM EXAMPLE JOBS (CLICK HERE!)
RJ is fully capable of developing a full set of engineered and stamped set of permit drawings for the projects they install. They incorporate four in-house professionally licensed mechanical engineers and two mechanical engineering graduates in training. Unlike many “design build” mechanical contractors, RJ performs all of the engineering, design, and drafting internally and is able to manage the process much more efficiently. RJ’s slogan “Concept to Completion” truly means that you will see one name (RJ Mechanical) from the beginning of the project through completion.
Building Information Modeling
RJ has been on the cutting edge of drafting technology for many years. All of RJ’s CAD designers are fully proficient in the latest Autodesk Revit software. RJ is fully capable of developing a fully functional BIM (Building Information Modeling) model to incorporate into your project. A few examples of RJ’s BIM models are provided for viewing on this website. RJ has completed several BIM projects and ALL of our design drawings and shop drawings are drawn using the Revit MEP software. This means that all of the drawings produced by RJ are three dimensional. Since all of our ductwork, piping, equipment, etc. is drawing using the Revit software, each piece of material has a unique property and that information can be extracted in many ways. At the end of the job, this information can be used for maintenance of the equipment and also serves as a more enhanced set of As Built documentation.
RJ is capable of developing coordination drawings for the entire job. They can take all other trades (Structural, Fire Protection, Architectural, Electrical, etc.) and develop a complete coordination drawing for use in the field. Typically, the coordination can be done utilizing online meetings so that all parties can be stationed at their local office and still manage the coordination effort. The benefit of coordination drawings is to minimize the number of change orders produced at the field level. Many of the interferences encountered on a typical construction job can be minimized by first correcting them at the preconstruction phase. The more detailed the coordination level, the fewer interferences encountered, and therefore fewer change orders executed.