BIM is the digital representation of a project’s physical and functional characteristics creating a shared knowledge resource for information about it, and forming a reliable basis for decisions during its life cycle, from earliest conception to demolition.
Once a product has been modelled data can be attached to individual elements. This data could be programme, cost and specification through to carbon and lifecycle information, helping everyone better understand the product and have greater cost certainty.
BIM is often expressed in dimensions; i.e. 2D, 3D etc, which are used to define the extent to which BIM is implemented.
We have experience and the ability to view 3D models using Navisworks Freedom. This includes interrogating the model and running clash detection.