Building Information Modelling (BIM)

Enhanced project delivery, from start to finish.

BIM extends beyond traditional 3D modelling to include additional dimensions such as 4D and 5D BIM that provide richer data and insights throughout the project lifecycle.

Improved collaboration and communication.


BIM facilitates collaboration among project stakeholders by providing a centralised platform for sharing project information and coordinating activities.

Visualising the construction sequence in 4D enhances communication and coordination among project stakeholders.

Cost and time savings with 5D BIM

In 5D BIM, the 3D model of the building is combined with scheduling information (4D) and cost data (5D). This integration allows stakeholders to visualise the construction process over time and understand the associated costs at each stage.

By linking the 3D model with scheduling and cost data, project teams can better anticipate and manage potential issues such as clashes, delays, and budget overruns.

Integrated Project Data and Visualisation.


BIM integrates various types of project data (e.g., architectural, structural, MEP) into a single model, allowing stakeholders to visualise and analyse the project from multiple perspectives.

In addition, BIM streamlines the design process by enabling iterative design, automated documentation generation, and real-time coordination of design changes.

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