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We believe that BIM is a force for good in the modern economy where time and costs are paramount. In an increasingly litigious business environment BIM promotes collaboration and understanding between all parties in a project whether it is a new build, an extension or refurbishment or a change of use situation.
Clear, well documented and executed design, construction and fit out are key to success and on-time project delivery. The BIM model and the common data environment where it is hosted ensure that all parties have access to the same single version of the project plan. This dramatically reduces the chances of mis-interpretation and clarification delays.
BIM is now considered a must for manufacturing companies because it can actually help them to get their products specified. If designers and architects have access to the parameter data for products in BIM format its easier to specify them in project designs. Once specified they are more likely to be selected for the build.
Contractors are increasingly utilising BIM software to create models for buildings. Digital BIM is more than just drawings, models and data it allow for sharing, collaborating. The BIM process brings all stakeholders together to communicate in a common language resulting in multiple benefits across the supply chain.
BIM (Building Information Modeling) technology supports architects to create digital design simulations to manage all the information associated with an architectural project. The benefits are relevant and useful to all those involved in the design process, from the designers themselves through to clients.