PEB – Pre Engineered Buildings FAQ’s
1. What are PEB - Pre Engineered Buildings?
Pre-engineered buildings are made up of steel and are manufactured in factories and installed/assembled on the site. PEB buildings are pre-fabricated building structures that are made in a single unit and assembled as a building on the site. This method reduces the time of construction and other aesthetic design requirements.
2. Why choose Pre Engineered Buildings?
Pre Engineered Buildings are more strong and sturdy when compared with other traditional buildings. They require low maintenance, low cost, enhanced quality and are manufactured in a closed protected environment.
3. Why opt for PEB in construction?
PEB structures can be built in a very short span of time, requires less labor and maintenance. Since the components of PEB structures are made under a controlled environment, the PEB components are enriched with quality, versatility, and compatibility.
4. How to design PEB structures?
PEB structures are designed with their utmost details right from span, the clear span, roof details, dead load and live load calculation, and planning of the space by the Engineers. The Engineers consider the mentioned factors while designing the PEB buildings. These PEB structures are designed by Engineers, manufactured in a factory under the guidance of engineers, and assembled at the site.
5. What is Pre Engineered Building drawing and detailing?
Pre Engineered Building drawings are detailed by Engineers and the structures in engineered at the factory and are assembled on the site. The PEB structures are factory-made, transported to the site, and are assembled at the site with the bolted joint connections.
6. Why prefer Pre Engineered buildings over conventional buildings?
The construction of the roof, walls, and other building elements usually made up of concrete, wood, and other steel structures. Pre Engineered buildings the building components such as slabs, roofs, walls, sunshades, beam, column, and other framed structures are engineered at the site under a controlled environment and are assembled at the site whereas in conventional buildings everything is made at the site. The PEB buildings are constructed in a shorter span of time, require less maintenance, less labor, cost-effective, strong, and sturdy when compared with conventional buildings.
7. What is Pre Engineering Building Designing Service?
The pre-engineered buildings are designed to have low maintenance, cost-effective, airtight, optimum weight, withstand disaster effects, and are energy efficient. PEB structures are ideal for all types’ buildings whether small, medium, or large structures, and they are more efficient like corrosion-free, enriched quality, lower cost of construction, and low labor.
8. What is the cost of PEB buildings?
PEB buildings are built in a minimum duration of 15 days. The cost of building starts from Rs.1500/sq.ft of Pre Engineered steel structures.
9. What are the buildings built with PEB?
Buildings such as industries, factories, warehouses, commercial complexes, showrooms, offices, schools, universities, stadiums, Bus terminals, parking premises, health centers, etc., are built with Pre Engineered Buildings.
10. What is the main material used in PEB structures?
The primary material used in pre Engineered building structures is Steel. The steel structures are joined using bolted joints or welding connections.
BIM MEP Civil and Mechanical FAQ’s
1. What is meant by BIM MEP?
BIM stands for Building information modeling and MEP stands for Mechanical Electrical and Plumbing. BIM supports MEP designers in collaborating on the project by improving the accuracy of the project with its detailed drawings and reduce errors and optimize building design. It also helps in collaborating with the project teams, sharing the information and data thereby enhancing the speedy delivery of the project right from design to construction.
2. What is BIM CAD Civil?
Building information modeling (BIM) stands as the substructure for various fields from Architecture, Civil engineering, and the construction industry. BIM CAD in Civil Engineering helps in rendering out detailed drawings, plans, structural drawings, survey drafting’s, land use analysis and development, contour maps, 2D & 3D drawing & detailing.
3. What is BIM CAD Mechanical?
Building information modeling (BIM) CAD Mechanical provides all kinds of design, detailing, drawing & drafting 3D modeling, and analysis for Mechanical works. BIM CAD Mechanical gives the complete set of detailed drawings for fabrication works, mechanical parts, and also the detailed drawing services required for the automobile industry and so on.
4. What is MEP CAD drafting?
MEP CAD Drafting involves the creation of detailed drawings for Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing. This as a result gives one the detailed collaboration of the MEP system resulting in more effective MEP connections.
5. What is MEP in Civil Engineering?
MEP – mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing is an important part of the construction industry and in each building. In Civil engineering, MEP smoothens the flow of MEP connections in buildings resulting in higher efficiency, better communication, and ensuring the safety of the occupants. MEP is considered as ultimate life-providing service in the buildings.
6. Which software is best for MEP design and detailing works?
MEP design and detailing works can be done with the following software: AutoCAD MEP. Revit MEP, MagiCAD, HEC-RAS, Vectorworks, Solidworks, and advance Steel.
7. Can we outsource MEP drawings?
Yes, outsourcing MEP Design detailing and Drawings to the MEP professionals can save your time, speed up the project. With this, the professional and certified MEP Engineers can reduce the cost right from operational cost to installation and maintenance costs thereby allowing you to generate profit out of it.
8. What is MEP used for?
MEP allows Architects, Designers, Engineers, and contractors in the MEP Civil and Mechanical field to build the buildings to their utmost efficiency. This enhances the overall process of the buildings from their design, modeling to the execution process.
9. Where MEP drawings are used?
MEP Drawings are used by Architects, Designers, Engineers, and contractors. The various areas where MEP drawings are used are; apartments, high-rise buildings, office complexes, malls, warehouses, hospitals, hotels, skyscrapers, and so on.
10. What will be the cost of laying BIM MEP drawings?
Depending on the type and scope of the BIM MEP project, the MEP Detail drawings range from a minimum of Rs.10/sq.ft.