Bim (Building Information Modeling)
An excellent development of recent years is ‘virtual construction’, or building according to BIM.
BIM stands for Building Information Modeling, which is a 3D information model, in which all data necessary for designing, building and managing constructions is recorded and linked together. Those details include, for example, calculations, construction plans, records and reports.
Because all relevant information is present in the model, the model can be consulted by all those involved, such as architects, contractors, clients and electricians. Moreover, everyone involved has access to the same up-to-date information, and the chances of errors and costs of failure are reduced to a minimum.
Because we are able to work in a BIM setting, we can optimise communications with the help of 3D drawings, so that we can to draw, design and produce quickly, accurately and efficiently.