BIM

Building

Information

Modeling

As an engineering design company, we are always striving to stay on the cutting edge of technology and methodologies to provide our clients with the best possible solutions. One such technology that has revolutionized the engineering industry is Building Information Modeling (BIM).

BIM is a process that involves creating a 3D digital model of a building, which can then be used to simulate various scenarios and make informed decisions throughout the design and construction process. This model contains information about every aspect of the building, including the architectural, structural, and MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) systems.

One of the key benefits of BIM is that it allows for collaboration between all parties involved in a building project, from architects and engineers to contractors and owners. With everyone working from the same digital model, there is less chance of errors or miscommunications, and the project can be completed more efficiently.

Another advantage of BIM is that it enables us to perform simulations and analyses that would be difficult or impossible to do with traditional design methods. For example, we can use the model to test the building’s energy efficiency, analyze its structural integrity, or simulate how it will perform in different weather conditions.

At our engineering design company, we have fully embraced BIM as a standard part of our design process. Our team is highly trained in the use of BIM software, and we have invested in state-of-the-art technology to ensure that our models are accurate, detailed, and comprehensive.

We believe that BIM is the future of engineering design, and we are committed to staying at the forefront of this technology to provide our clients with the best possible service. If you are considering a building project and want to work with a company that is using the latest and most effective design methods, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. We would be happy to discuss how BIM can benefit your project and help you achieve your goals.

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Design softwares

As an engineering design company that uses BIM, we use a variety of software tools to create and manage our 3D models. Some of the most commonly used software tools in our BIM workflow include:

Autodesk Revit

This is one of the most popular BIM software tools used in the industry, and it allows us to create detailed 3D models of buildings with a high level of accuracy. Revit is particularly useful for architectural and MEP design, and it allows for easy collaboration with other team members.

Tekla structures

This is a powerful software tool for structural steel detailing and fabrication, and it allows us to create detailed 3D models of steel structures with a high level of accuracy. Tekla Structures is particularly useful for large and complex projects, where accuracy and coordination are critical.

Navisworks

This software allows us to coordinate and review our models in a centralized environment, making it easier to identify and resolve any clashes or conflicts between different systems. Navisworks also allows us to perform advanced simulations and analyses, such as clash detection and quantity takeoffs.

Autocad

While not strictly a BIM software tool, AutoCAD is still an important part of our workflow, as it allows us to create 2D drawings that can be used to supplement our 3D models. AutoCAD is particularly useful for creating construction documents, such as plans, elevations, and sections.