3D Modeling / Design Development / Clash Detection

Engineered Model

VDEC has a dedicated team of experts specializing in 3D BIM modelling of all kinds of construction projects ranging from buildings to infrastructural and industrial developments.

VDEC has a team of trained, experienced Professionals, working with a deep understanding of the BIM latest technology and global construction standards of all kinds of construction projects ranging from buildings to infrastructural and industrial developments. We adhere to provide BIM Services for construction companies, general & speciality contractors, architects, engineers and building Owners to seamlessly integrate and leverage the advantages of BIM technology into their projects within their predefined timelines, standards and budget, ensuring maximum return on their investment. We cater to demands from clients of residential buildings, Offices, Health care, Aviation, Educational and Commercial and not limited, to provide a quality Building Information Modelling Solutions to the clients across the globe.

Embedded Information

The developed model has relevant information regarding all its components and is an engineered representation of the developments this means we can focus on virtual construction before you start the actual construction in which building elements and their properties, relationships and dependencies are established parametrically. The model can be leveraged for quantity estimations and drawing generation which can speed up the overall construction process and reduce the failure costs.

Level of Detail

At VDEC, we have the capability to model projects up to the highest level of detail owing to a dedicated team of custom component creation and thorough knowledge of the actual construction process and details. We are abreast with LOD specifications across the world to ensure coherent modelling standards.

Coordinated Model Showcasing Mechanical, Electrical, plumbing & Fire Protection Services.


This refers to modelling of all major architectural and aesthetic components like walls, floors, ceilings, doors, windows, roofs etc. Not only can architectural 3D models be used to validate proposed concepts and visualize designs but the same models can also be used as decision making tools during the construction phase as well.

This is the representation of structural members such as beams, columns, slabs, footings, piles, reinforcement, post tension cables etc. One of the major benefits of using BIM for structures is to enable accurate calculation of cost and quantities associated and also optimize components like rebar to the minutest detail. VDEC leads this process by integrating analysis and design through the use of the BIM model.

Modelling involves ducts, mechanical pipelines and equipment. The models can be used for quick estimation of quantities required and generation of fabrication drawings. Other benefits include the use of 3D models for coordination and checking clashes with other disciplines.

Plumbing systems of any building comprise of drainage, water supply, waste disposal, rainwater, storm water drainage etc. Pipes, pipe fittings, plumbing fixtures, valves comprise these systems. At VDEC we use 3D plumbing models not just for clash detection but also for pipe sizing and pressure loss calculations.


Electrical systems are the lifeline of any building. As buildings get increasingly complex, modelling of electrical components is not only necessary to avoid clashes and delays on site, but also for linking with Building automation systems (BAS/BMS) once the building has been constructed. Elements like cable trays, switches, electrical equipment and fixtures, lighting, telephone, nurse call, security, data, communication etc. are all modelled under this discipline.


Fire hazards are a major threat to modern buildings. Piping, sprinklers, fire hose, hose reel, extinguishers, valves, smoke detectors, fire alarm systems are all part of the 3D firefighting models that we create. Creation of 3D models helps in checking whether these systems are clashing with the structural framing of the building, or if the ceiling heights can be optimized.