Our aim is to use Revit along with other BIM software in order to document the fire services design on the project. We provide technical assistance for your proposed design before the commencement of the installation process of the projects that are concerned with fire safety measures by evaluating their realistic practicality as well as eradicating the flaws. We utilise Revit to document fire protection devices and mechanisms such as sprinklers, fire suppression tanks, and fire alarms. We help to streamline the documentation process.
Whenever a team of architects, civil engineers, and structural engineers design the structure of a building, it is their prime responsibility to keep in mind the safety precautionary measures for the residents of the building or for the workers who are going to be employed there in case the building turns out to work for commercial purposes. Either way, safety measures require a huge chunk of the attention, finances, and time period allotted to the creation of this building’s design. One crucial element of safety measures is Fire safety and precautionary measures. This system requires a great deal of understanding and working on it because it deals with the sensitive issue of saving human lives.
Furthermore, fire safety precautionary measures include the installation of fire alarms for the slightest detection of smoke. Then, it needs to be responsive according to various kinds of fire depending upon their varying causes such as electrical fire, wood fire, and others. In order to create and design the perfect system which detects and alerts upon observing the first signs of fire, and later also tries to control it down by using the appropriate extinguishing strategy.
Revit and BIM is the most beneficial and efficient tool to document your proposed design and ensure if complies with your project specification and code.