Building Information Modeling, or BIM, is quickly becoming the standard in building and project design. This model-based approach is used for both communication and collaboration. Through BiM adopting International standards is simple and hassle free.
There is more to BiM than just 3D models. A BiM file is an information-rich collection of data that can be accessed and collaborated on by different stakeholders — from the design team to contractors, construction engineers, and owners. The implementation of BiM can save time and money, provide realistic models at every step of a project’s life-cycle.
What we offer
BIM helps provide scenarios and schedules for maintenance and scalability of a building so that optimal performance can be maintained and so that new systems can be evaluated in the future.
IMPROVED BUILDING DESIGN
The development of drawings and changes are time consuming and costly. BIM helps integrate the full documentation of the project.
INFORMATION STREAMLINING AND INTEGRATED WORKFLOW
Optimization of the information management process and coordination between design, engineering and systems providers.
As the building is designed, it can be checked to ensure that the structure conforms to any code requirements instead and make changes to correct problems while they can still be corrected inexpensively.
ACCURATE COST ESTIMATES
Better decision-making and budgeting up-front through more accurate assessments.
BUILDING INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
•Parametric data in a collaborative model
•Collection of accurate data along the project life cycle
•Proactive decision making
BUILDING PERFORMANCE AND SUSTAINABILITY
Engineers can evaluate a building’s carbon footprint and consider the impact of new, green technologies compared to the resource demands of the facility, including climate, solar and wind effects. Actual materials, vendor products, energy and lighting systems can be evaluated for optimal performance and comfort.