Four things to consider when choosing reinforcement software
By Burkhard Rützel, Product Manager Allplan Engineering, ALLPLAN
The top 4 issues to consider when adding software to your existing processes:
- Do you need to design in 2D or 3D?
- How compatible is the software with your current workflow?
- Can your supply chain use the information?
- Is BIM supported?
Reinforced concrete detailing – more commonly known as rebar detailing – is a complex activity, one that consumes a large portion of every engineer’s design schedule. Rightly so – errors and conflicts between documents, inefficient information transfer, and poor communication can create costly mistakes. Spending time or money rectifying these errors can quickly erode profit margins while also impacting your company’s reputation.
In the AEC industry, projects are becoming more complex and time-consuming to design and reinforce. Budgets and schedules are tighter than ever, and skilled staff are harder to find and retain. Creating accurate reinforcement documentation within these project constraints can seem like an impossible task.
Fortunately, technology can help.
The key to addressing all these problems is efficiency: developing efficient design workflows that enable staff to work effectively and deliver high-quality reinforcement designs on time and to budget. With the right reinforcement software, design and detailing efficiency is increased, data can be seamlessly transferred to fabricators, and collaborating and sharing information with stakeholders is more effective.
When you are considering how to choose the best rebar detailing software for your needs, there are several aspects to consider in order to find the best solution.
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