Multidisciplinary Coordination

The service of “Multidisciplinary Coordination” in the HVAC/MEP (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning/Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing) business involves managing and coordinating the various disciplines and trades involved in a construction project to ensure the seamless integration of all building systems. It focuses on collaboration and communication between different trades, including HVAC, electrical, plumbing, structural, architectural, and other related disciplines. The goal is to optimize system performance, avoid conflicts, and deliver a well-coordinated and efficient project.

Collaboration and Communication

Multidisciplinary coordination requires effective collaboration and communication among different teams and disciplines involved in the project. Regular meetings, discussions, and clear communication channels are established to ensure everyone is on the same page, sharing information, addressing concerns, and working towards a common goal.

Design Integration

Each discipline develops its own designs and plans, but they must be integrated seamlessly to avoid clashes and conflicts. Multidisciplinary coordination involves reviewing and aligning the designs of various systems, such as HVAC, electrical, and plumbing, to ensure they fit together harmoniously. This includes coordinating system layouts, equipment locations, routing of ductwork, piping, and conduits, and resolving any clashes or interferences through collaborative problem-solving.

Clash Detection and Resolution

Multidisciplinary coordination includes the use of advanced technology, such as Building Information Modeling (BIM), to detect clashes and conflicts between different systems early in the design phase. Clash detection tools help identify clashes between components like ductwork, piping, electrical conduits, structural elements, and architectural features. Once clashes are identified, coordination efforts focus on finding resolutions that optimize system performance and minimize costly rework during construction.

Code Compliance and Standards

Each discipline has its own set of codes, standards, and regulations to adhere to. Multidisciplinary coordination ensures that the designs and installations of all systems, including HVAC, electrical, and plumbing, comply with relevant codes and standards. Coordination efforts involve reviewing designs for compliance, addressing any discrepancies, and ensuring all necessary permits and inspections are obtained.


By providing multidisciplinary coordination services, HVAC/MEP professionals contribute to the successful integration and operation of all building systems. This coordination helps optimize system performance, improve project efficiency, and reduce conflicts and rework, resulting in a well-coordinated and functioning building.

DCMvn CO LTD can assist in taking the newly created 3D Model & associated data and extract it in a format that can be utilized for BOQ’s production & validation of associated building costs. This is key in determining project budgets, estimations, variation & payment claims for all Projects.