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Building Information Modelling

  • Increases planning quality
  • Makes interdisciplinary collaboration between architects, interior designers, engineers, construction electricians, builders and maintenance workers easier
  • Helps designers/planners and clients to understand the work
  • Ensures coherence between the project and the quantities calculated
  • Reduces the risk of interference in the realisation phase
  • Simplifies the LEED certification process
  • Delivers the information to the client necessary for the management


Implementing integrated planning/design using a BIM process does not only mean knowing how to use the latest generation software, but also make use of a virtual construction of the works to be done, which has an effect on the whole planning process. Modelling in 3D and assigning information to intelligent objectives obliges the planners to collaborate by approaching the planning from a completely new point of view. With plans, schedules and sections inexorably coordinated, it becomes obligatory to resolve problems which in a traditional 2D project risk being neglected or postponed to a phase which is too late in the process of the project.

This revolution has had a strong initial impact  which has been managed by highly competent specialists, and has a significant return on investment for our clients, especially in terms of quality of the project.
Thanks to our experience and the research of the BIM Manager and BIM Coordinator we have managed to develop an efficient workflow for all planners/designers which is subject to regular reviews  aiming to include continuous technical updates.