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BIM and Digital Engineering

Underpinned by digital technologies, Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a collaborative way of working, offering a holistic process of modelling, mapping, monitoring and managing information digitally, for a built environment project.

Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Digital Engineering revolutionise the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industries.

The process integrates 3D modelling with comprehensive data to streamline the entire lifecycle of a building, from design to maintenance. This collaborative approach enhances communication, minimises errors, and optimises efficiency.

Digital Engineering extends this concept, encompassing a broader scope that includes the entire infrastructure lifecycle. It leverages advanced technologies like AI, machine learning, and automation to enhance decision-making and project outcomes. Together, BIM and Digital Engineering foster a more connected and intelligent approach, driving innovation, reducing costs, and improving the sustainability and resilience of the built environment.

Using the industry’s most recognised leading tool, Autodesk Revit allows our MEP design engineers to develop accurate modelling of complex MEP systems, enhancing coordination and reducing clashes during the design phase. Revit's data-rich model extends beyond geometry, providing comprehensive information for cost estimation, energy analysis, and facility management. Seamless collaboration is promoted through cloud-based sharing, allowing real-time updates and feedback. Automated documentation ensures precision and consistency, saving time and minimising errors.