A key process for The BIM Workshop is converting existing sites to BIM ready models, creating topography and surrounding building for sight lines and visuals, or developing an existing space for an existing space allows projects to hit the ground running. Modelling from laser scan data requires a number of additional plug-ins and families. We use feature recognition to extract polylines direct from the point cloud, in the latest Revit software, with plug-ins for point cloud support, along with other software such as Pointools and AutoCAD to ensure the accuracy of our models.
We have a strong reputation with both our professional and adaptive approaches, and our aim to keep it that way. Getting to know your company and its standards is important to us and is one of the ways we make sure our work fits into your company’s requirements.
Our models allow expansion on top of just conventional 3d design. BIM models also allow analysis of time, cost, light, quantities, properties of components as well as geographic information. They can be used to demonstrate the entire building life cycle, supporting cost management, time/stage management and scope of works, construction management, project management and facility operation, in addition to current plan, section and elevation requirements.
Introducing a BIM model at the beginning stage of the process, removes unwanted delays and costs. It provides costing at the earliest opportunity to help predict the budget and provide instant changes to cost when changes to materials or fittings are made.
We will always try to recommend the level of detail and accuracy to suit your requirements.
We can also provide CAD drawings to fit your requirements. Whether you are looking for plans and elevations of existing or proposed work, or specific detailing. We can to offer the service to fit your needs.