In large building projects, dozens of suppliers work simultaneously on constantly changing and interdependent project plans. This easily leads to misalignment, dissatisfaction, delays in execution and possibly even cost explosions. You can prevent this from happening to your project by using Building Information Modelling (BIM). Building Information Modelling is a combination of software and 3D modelling that provides a digital model of your building with all the physical and functional characteristics.
BIM gives you a real-time visual interpretation of the building, which you can use to run simulations, enhance communication and recognise potential clashes in advance.
BIM gives the building and all the technology inside a clear visual representation. This is beneficial both during the actual building project and the future operations of the building. For example, the maintenance team can easily see where the technical equipment is. The improved documentation saves time and greatly reduces the risk of errors in maintenance.