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Discover the potential of BIM Models – Your path to precision and innovation

What are BIM models?

BIM (Building Information Modeling)is an intelligent process based on three-dimensional models that provides a comprehensive and synchronized view of building or infrastructure information at every stage, from design to demolition.

BIM models are created from data, including a point cloud acquired by terrestrial laser scanning.

Thus, a BIM model is a digital representation of the physical and functional characteristics of a building. It is a complete database that contains information about the geometry, materials, components and even the physical and functional properties of each building element. Therefore, the BIM model constitutes a virtual collection of all data related to the construction project.

Our company and the creation of BIM Models

We create BIM models according to clients’ requirements, at specified levels of detail and accuracy (LOD and LOI), along with export to formats such as DWG, IFC, NWC, NWD, OBJ, FBX or SKP. Our company also offers the creation of digital twins, which represent details of small objects as well as entire spaces.

We are able to prepare BIM models based on:

  • provided 2D documentation (paper or digital)
  • commissioned point cloud

What are the key steps in creating BIM Models?

Here are the general steps that can be taken to create a BIM model based on a point cloud:

  • data collection – the first step is to collect survey data using a laser scanner, UAV or other survey equipment that generates a point cloud.
  • data cleaning –the point cloud data can be processed to remove noise and other imperfections to produce a more accurate data set.
  • segmentation – the point cloud can be divided into segments representing different building elements, such as walls, ceiling, floor, structural elements, etc.
  • geometric modeling – based on the point cloud and using archival architectural/technical drawings and additional data such as building plans, an accurate geometric model of the building can be created in Revit for BIM modeling.
  • data attribution – attributes such as materials, structural properties, installation information, etc. can then be added to the BIM model.
  • integration with BIM software – the final BIM model can be integrated with BIM software for further design work, technical documentation, structural analysis, installation planning, etc.
  • verification – finally, the BIM model is verified for reality and accuracy, and any possible inconsistencies are corrected.