Building Information Modeling (BIM)

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What ifyou had a partner who keeps pace with digitalisation in the construction industry.

Building information modelling (BIM) describes the creation and use of an intelligent, commonly accessible, 3D virtual building model that all project participants can work on, from the architects to the building services engineers to the facility manager.

BIM transforms the project into an almost ‘tangible’ object that can be viewed from all sides while also supporting the flow of information and the decision-making process within the working group.

More efficient planning, optimising workflows

BIM enables a continuous, ongoing and interconnected planning process, from inception to implementation. The transparent project planning process with the integration of all technical requirements enables the early coordination of all specialist trades and reduces the likelihood of errors. That results in a significant quality benefit for your project.

At DELTA, BIM-capable 3D design using Revit software has been the standard for several years now. DELTA has successfully used BIM as a process tool for numerous projects in a variety of different sectors.

All building data available at a single click

The 3D model contains all relevant information about the building over its entire life cycle.

The complete documentation of the building with the aid of a commonly accessible 3D building model not only facilitates the planning process, it also provides all the required data for subsequent extensions and alterations. With BIM, the days are long gone when panoramic visualisations and the use of virtual reality were visions of the future.

The advantages of BIM

  • The great visualisation power of the 3D model
  • More efficient and clearer decision-making
  • Improved risk management
  • Preservation of value through documentation
  • Sustainable building management through the 3D facility management model
Dinp.-Ing. Dieter Greiner, CEO

Bmstr. Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Dieter Greiner