BIM en el diseño y construcción de plantas agroindustriales

  • Carlos Alberto Ligarda Samanez UNAJMA
Keywords: BIM; design; construction; agroindustrial plants.


Currently in Peru there is a deficit in productive infrastructure, especially in industries that are dedicated to the transformation of raw materials, which is a problem when supplying international markets and therefore a barrier to economic development, in this article review, the application of BIM in the design and construction of agro-industrial plants is analyzed. In general terms, BIM is the modeling of information in construction, it is widely applied in the world and the country is not the exception, it is a technological model for the efficient management of the resources of a project, using different virtual tools that allow an optimization of times and costs, in addition a collaborative work between all the stakeholders is achieved, the application of BIM in the design and execution of agro-industrial plants is possible, because it is an activity that is developed in a multidisciplinary way and uses engineering basic, conceptual and detailed, it is recognized that the most important phase is the design, because it is where more ideas are exchanged and the flow of information is more dynamic, during the execution phase the 4D and 5D models are appropriate to implement them in agro-industrial buildings that use modules and grids in their structure. Finally, some experiences of its implementation in agroindustrial plants in Peru are known, the current literature recommends its use in different types of projects, along with other modern methodologies such as PMI, NEC, G2G, XR among others.