Building Information Modeling

Building Information Modeling

Improve your planning, construction and operations with Building Information Modeling

Building projects, whether in the building construction sector or in the infrastructure sector, are becoming more and more complex. There are lots of reasons for this, one of which is the growing number of people involved in individual projects. And there has also recently been a significant increase in design variety as well as in safety and sustainability requirements. So it is becoming more and more difficult to manage projects like this while ensuring that you adhere to deadlines and keep costs and quality standards within the boundaries you have been set.

Help is at hand in the form of Building Information Modeling (BIM) – which is currently revolutionizing planning and construction processes. It is all about bundling planning data together in one system, allowing buildings to be completed on a virtual basis before progressing to physical construction in concrete, steel and glass.

 


What does the future hold for BIM? Have a peek inside a model!

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How does BIM work in practice? Get the guide.

If you are interested in finding out more, check out the website and download the BIM Practice Guide 1.0 for free. It provides planers with a content manual for their BIM projects, including field-tested technical and functional specifications. The BIM Blog also contains references, research results, a forum and background information.