Building Information Modelling (BIM) is the process of increasing accuracy of information for construction that will deliver cost certain outcomes. Since 2016, all government procured buildings have to be BIM Level 2 compliant.
BIM allows us as architects to design more accurate projects in a virtual 3D environment improving visualisations and communications.
Used as a collaborative tool, BIM brings together all of those involved in the design and build process, improves the pace of delivery, eliminates inconsistencies and provides greater cost certainties.
We are pioneers in BIM and have the capability to operate to BIM Level 2. Members of our team are among the first in the country to gain BIM Certified Practitioner Status. This enables us to manage the BIM process for our clients and oversee the collaboration between members of the project team on construction projects.
What BIM means for you
All our commissions are executed using BIM protocols as standard, with all our staff fully trained in the leading software (REVIT).
For you this means we can guarantee the following benefits:
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