Designing today’s elaborate built environments takes more than two-dimensional construction drawings. To provide our clients with the ability to experience a project and receive crucial insights before construction begins, we use Building Information Modeling (BIM) software to model projects in a digital, three-dimensional environment.
BIM allows us to capture the size, orientation, and shapes of project elements and tie additional information to those elements, such as equipment specifics, design information, and manufacturer resources.
The software also enables our engineers to design more accurately and efficiently by allowing us to visualize the decisions and potential problems in the building before executing the design. BIM can facilitate collaboration between all construction parties, allowing for more precise designs, more effective scheduling, and on-budget projects.
The result is a powerful combination of accurately modeled elements and related information that allows for clients to view project details, coordinate among disciplines, and address issues before they become a problem.