The acronym BIM used commonly in architecture, engineering, real estate and construction, stands for Building Information Modeling and refers to a complex process of creating and managing complete digital representations of a construction project or facility.
BIM applies various tools and technologies to create a 3D data rich model allowing the AEC specialists to optimize all aspects of a building project, from its design, through construction and operations. Among the main advantages of BIM modeling, there is better understanding of the relationship between space and data, a reduction of field-related and safety issues, increased workflow efficiency, faster delivery, just to name a few.
Having become a new standard in modern AEC industries as well as the real-estate sector, BIM seems like a very promising tool for the future, given its compatibility with the IoT technologies.
BIM modeling has revolutionized project design and construction workflows for the AEC industry. More than just 3D geometry, BIM is a complete process for managing information that comes along with a project.
BIM’s data benefits are undeniable. Taking advantage of the BIM throughout the lifecycle of the project can improve overall building efficiency by as much as 55% and post-build performance by 35%, while dramatically reducing costs associated with wasted materials, construction inefficiencies, scheduling conflicts, and more.
3D modeling is an integral part of the overall BIM modeling process. While these tools have been used for decades in a wide variety of industries — including architectural and building design — their integration into the BIM umbrella has allowed designers and project managers to harness the power of data and turbocharge the entire built environment project lifecycle.
Our team works with a vast array of platforms, from Revit BIM modeling to a variety of industry-leading 3D BIM software that provide pre-construction project controls to building operations and digital facilities management.
While AEC professionals may have extensive experience with 3D tools, many lack the experience to undertake an effective, fully-integrated BIM process. BIM best practices continue to evolve, and partnering with the leading BIM services provider can dramatically improve project efficiency without having to incur the cost of training, staff recruitment, and software applications.
Having a Third-Party provider allows for independent model validation, and data integrity verification – VIATechnik works closely with our partners to review constructability, design feasibility, and data cleanliness. Outsourcing your BIM needs to VIATechnik is a value added and efficient way to bring all the advantages of the BIM process to your project. Supported by a team of experts with experience working on over 2,000 projects around the world, we can boost productivity, enhance collaboration, and prevent cost overruns.
VIATechnik prides itself on working with some of the leaders in AEC and real estate. We have assisted numerous real estate owners, contractors, architects, and engineers who required BIM services. For all of them, the partnership with our leaders has meant better outcomes, improved quality, and project optimization.
Several of our leading projects have been featured in leading publications such as ENR, BD+C, and Arch Daily. Our firm has also won multiple awards for pushing the industry forward.
No matter what sector of the AEC industry you come from, you are bound to find VIATechnik a valuable partner. Thanks to our experience and firm leadership, we will provide the right solution to any of your BIM needs and requirements. Feel free to contact us either by filling the form below or giving us a call. Our leading experts will get back to you in less than 24 hours with a tailored solution you’ve been looking for.
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