What is BIM?

Definition of BIM

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of a facility. A BIM is a shared knowledge resource for information about a facility forming a reliable basis for decisions during its life-cycle; defined as existing from earliest conception to demolition. [*]

BIM project

DIFFICULTIES GETTING STARTED WITH BIM AND OTHER 3 LETTER ACRONYMS AROUND IT?

We understand your pain and therefore we have gathered here some valuable information helping your path to BIM. You can check the material on the site or sign up for one of our ”Path-to-BIM” webinars. We hope this eases your new technology adoption and answers your questions around BIM.

 

BIM benefits

1. Faster drafting without loss of Cost and Quality

2. High level of Customization and Flexibility

3. Optimization of Schedule and Cost

4. Seamless Coordination and Collaboration

5. Conflict Detection and Risk Mitigation

6. Easy maintenance of Building Life Cycle

Path to BIM 

BIM vs. drawings

  • Why BIM beats drawings

  • How much BIM saves

  • How to get started with design coordination

 

Learn more about the BIM process

How to create Tekla BIMsight compatible models

 

BIM links

If you are interested in BIM and open BIM standards more in detail, here are some links we recommend you: