Tejjy Inc. Empowering Design & Construction for Healthcare with BIM Prefabrication

Tejjy Inc.
WASHINGTON - Arizonar -- In the time of the COVID-19 outbreak, Tejjy Inc. facilitates the expansion of healthcare industry infrastructure in the USA through BIM prefabrication and modularization technology. Conventional construction methods cannot meet the high demand for creating large-scale hospital infrastructure as enabled by prefabricated BIM (Building Information Modeling) technology.

Sukh Singh, the Vice President of Tejjy Inc. stated in this regard that "As healthcare construction tends to be project-centric, using various project stakeholders to learn about the process of working together, our BIM Prefabrication method helps to manufacture building elements off-site. Rather than a conventional linear build, where every process depends upon the next, BIM (Building Information Modeling) prefabrication technique moves in a synchronized way, leading to cost efficiency and schedule reduction. Using the prefabrication technique, our BIM engineers help to improve safety and enhance productivity for hospitals, causing less disruption to adjacent areas, and the general patient experience."

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"The architects and designers need to shift from the 'stick-built design' towards an element-centric pre-fabricated BIM design for the bathroom pods, the ceiling of an operating room, or an exterior wall panel. Design teams of the construction projects can then work using Design for Manufacturing Assembly principles, emphasizing the way the prefabricated elements are designed for manufacturing and ease of assembly. All project stakeholders including the subcontractors, manufacturers and general contractors should be referred to as associates from the early stage of design optimization through BIM, facilitating real-time collaboration, and acting as powerful tools during the entire construction workflow." – added Sukh.

Senior BIM project manager of Tejjy Inc. said –"BIM-enabled dynamic practice helps general contractors to associate with manufacturers or subcontracting firms for understanding their prefabrication design & manufacturing competencies and implementing element-centric target costing, thus envisioning the prefabricated elements through multi-trade subassemblies and modules."

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BIM Marketing Head of Tejjy Inc. Mrs, Reetie Lubana specified – "Subcontractors in the healthcare industry are combining skills with our innovative BIM techniques for supporting sophisticated, data-rich designs to be shared with AEC project stakeholders. Our BIM team is facilitating subcontractors to capitalize on automation and sophisticated quality assurance practices to further enhance production. Through BIM prefabrication, we can successfully reduce the disruption of operating healthcare campuses with minimized traffic, noise, and dust."

During the unprecedented time of COVID-19, healthcare is performing exceptionally by caring for those afflicted with the virus. By adopting BIM prefabrication & modularization there's a prospect for design & construction to speed up healthcare construction in the future and deliver beds as and when required.

To know more about BIM pre-fabrication & modularization, call Tejjy Inc. at 202-465-4830 or email at info@tejjy.com to discuss your Prefabrication and Modularization requirements in the USA.

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