About BIM

BIM (Building Information Modeling) is one of the hottest topics in construction, and more and more projects are ‘doing BIM’. But what does that mean? And how can you make your BIM project successful There is a common misconception that BIM means 3D design. In fact, it's much more. BIM is a process for creating and managing all of the information on a project – before, during and after construction. The output of this process is the Building Information Model, the digital description of every aspect of the built asset

BIM Advantages

Integration of the design, management and project control  process

Ability to work at any time and place in a team

Accelerating the achievement of optimal design with respect to building energy consumption

Ability to modify the model by the user and simultaneously view it by other users

Model analysis and automation study of various building codes

Establish Organized coordination in the implementation of the project

Following to the same standards among various software such as the IFC standard    

BIM Services

3-Dimensional Modelling Building 3D Holistic Modelling (includes architectural, structural, mechanical, and electrical) Cartesian Clash Detection Take-off & Cost Estimation Work Computation Generation Shop drawings & As-built plans

4-Dimensional Modelling Identifying Schedule Clash Managing sequence of the works Dynamic Resource Planning

5-Dimensional Modelling Calculation of work packages cost Immediate cost updating due to change orders  Immediate cost updating due to material price fluctuations Visualizing construction cost

6-Dimensional Modelling Lifecycle Energy Analysis Construction Energy Modelling Optimizing Building Architectural Design for maximum utilization of solar energy and illumination

7-Dimensional Modelling Facility Management Warehouse Management Repair & Maintenance Planning