Guest Blog: Joe on BIM and DfMA within Cleanroom Design
Having designed and built over 1500 cleanrooms, Connect 2 Cleanrooms are used to transforming client requirements into a fully validated controlled environment. No matter what the size or complexity of the cleanroom is, a functional design is key component of a successful project.
In this guest blog, our Product & Process Development Lead, Joe, explains the design process we use to guarantee results.
Our team of Autodesk certified design engineers carry out designs following the latest BIM standards and workflows. By working in this way, we are able to collaborate with clients and coordinate with any other contractors involved in a facility build, resulting in greater accuracy and higher quality results.
Using modern surveying equipment, we 3D scan the current environment of our client’s facilities and carry out clash detection to verify that our proposed cleanroom design operates in-line with the planned process and its surrounding environment. 2D and 3D models allow our clients to visualise their project, including virtual reality walk-through tours to test the layout and workflow.
Due to the structural and mechanical requirements, cleanrooms are complex systems. By applying Design for Manufacture and Design for Assembly (DfMA) principles, we are able to manufacture and assemble more efficiently. This improves the installation experience for our clients, resulting in smoother project management and a shorter project lifecycle.
If you have any questions on this topic or would like to talk to me about your cleanroom project, please get in touch.
Thanks for reading,