Case study: RLF

BIM-mandated project

BIM facilitates fast, efficient construction

Project summary
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Army Medical Department mandated the use of Building Information Modeling (BIM) for the Fort Riley hospital reconstruction project. The team relied on BIM to help meet strict time constraints and ensure ground-level integration of sustainable principles and evidence-based design.

RLF
Irwin Army Community Hospital at Fort Riley

Irwin Army Community Hospital at Fort Riley

Meet aggressive schedules
To compress the production schedule, design and construction processes were simultaneous. BIM processes enabled the precise coordination crucial for the success of the project.

Meet compliance targets
Government health-care facilities require a complex matrix of space allocations. RLF used BIM solutions to help ensure compliance with construction specifications.

Coordinate in real time
Multiple team members in various geographic locations worked together on one platform to meet time and budget constraints. RLF and affiliates could make informed decisions at every step.

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 RLF case study

Irwin Army Community Hospital at Fort Riley

Meet aggressive schedules
To compress the production schedule, design and [...]

Irwin Army Community Hospital at Fort Riley

Meet compliance targets
Government health-care facilities require a [...]

Irwin Army Community Hospital at Fort Riley

Coordinate in real time
Multiple team members in various geographic locations [...]