iTWO offers you expedient cost transparency for all participants. In this way, you gain the necessary decision-making security and minimize the economic risk in every project phase.
The highly flexible elemental costing by key figures, DIN 2076 or a freely defined cost structure supports both classical 2D planning and model-based BIM 5D working methods. The integrated element method allows cost planning “from large to small scale” with the best level of detail in each case. States of planning can be stored in the project as alternatives and compared with each other. You can assign your cost planning in detailed or generalized form to the schedule and thus align it along the time axis.
For the room program, object description with service program and space determination to DIN 277 or II. BV (second German calculation ordnance) the flexible, room-related element planning with cost elements and work items is ideal. In this way you can create directly space-related BoQs from “element planning”.
Alongside BoQ-based award units or cost elements, iTWO allows you to create any cost control units (CCUs) you wish, and to budget them and bill them in the course of the project. Costing approaches, award sums and budget frameworks can be compared. Here, budget caps, extrapolation of budgets and the distribution of residual budgets are also available. Project cost projections and forecasts are automatically determined from the database and can be represented based on any desired sort criteria.
The added value of iTWO AKVS:
The instructions on elemental costing and the appraisal of highway engineering measures (AKVS 2014) issued by the Federal Ministry for Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) in 2014 aid in the establishment of elemental costing, cost adjustment and cost review in all phases of highway engineering projects. Cost management includes all measures involving elemental costing, cost adjustment and cost reviews, as well as estimates and cost updates for highway engineering measures throughout the entire planning and construction process. iTWO allows all stages of elemental costing and detailed cost management to AKVS to take place continuously throughout a project.
The integration of 3D geometric models from nearly all CAD systems is the core of model-based project management: BIM 5D. All trades and specialist disciplines can be optimally coordinated. A rapid 3D viewer to view the iTWO project model makes alphanumerical connections comprehensible in plastic form on the screen at any time. Potential errors of adjustment and planning collisions can thus be discovered early on.
iTWO 5D 2020 is predestined for constuction tasks of all kinds
MODEL-BASED PLANNING AND REALIZATION OF A GAS POWER PLANT IN NIGERIA
CONTINUOUS INTEGRATION OF 3D BIM WITH COSTS AND DEADLINES
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