Building information modelling – BIM in brief

BIM objects are digital 3D representation of products, containing metadata such as dimensions, materials, and related technical information. BIM is a method for architects and structural engineers to design construction projects.

During a building’s lifecycle, BIM forms the knowledge base for sharing information and reliable decision making. Manufacturers provide BIM content and designers use the provided content to design buildings and infrastructure. The constructor turns the designer’s plans into real buildings. Later, the BIM model is used as a reference for maintenance and repair operations.

Why support designers with BIM?

  • Make your products accessible
  • Increase the usage of your products and reach more clients
  • Reduce the time to market.
  • Keep up with the industry

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