Pranger Rosier has digitized the construction site using Dalux Field and BIM. As a result, they have lowered the risk of making mistakes and have saved valuable time in implementing their projects. Using BIM, project engineers are always updated with the latest models and project information both in the office and on their iPads onsite.
For us, the biggest advantage of BIM and Dalux Field is the reduction of failure costs in projects, through better preparation and communication. If a BIM is available, everyone can virtually go through the project a number of times beforehand and discover potential errors. Furthermore, communicating visually with each other via a BIM also leads to better project insight among our clients and building users, so that fewer changes are needed during work preparation and implementation.
Wybren de Boer
Pranger-Rosier has already used Dalux Field at the Willem Barentz Maritime Institute in Terchelling. Dalux’s software have provided Pranger-Rosier with many advantages and has been used to create tasks, link photos, and digitally track the performance and revisions of their projects.