Our BIM Level 2 accreditation underpins the competence of our team and demonstrates our commitment to collaborative digital design.
BIM provides a precise design framework, that reduces risk by allowing projects to be more accurately costed. Through BIM, the design stage becomes a structured evolution, never losing sight of the client’s requirements. It promotes the delivery of rich design information early in the process. It enables us to build collectively and utilise practice and design principles of the highest quality.
For this to happen, we focus meticulously on stakeholder engagement and the client brief, both of which need to be clear and understood by all involved parties. By doing this, we always allow sufficient time for the exchange of key design information and requirements.
We create our own MEP model, which we can ‘federate’ into a combined model of shared responsibility. This model includes a wealth of design and performance data, as well as product information. All of which is extremely useful to our clients, whether they are surveyors, sub-contractors, architects or asset owners and operators.
Our technical team use this 3D model to minimise plant space whilst ensuring that all systems and services can be easily installed and fully maintainable. Effective communication and knowledge transfer are integral to this. Which is also true when it comes to resolving conflicts or reducing re-design.
The upfront time required pays dividends as we convert models into schedules with quantities, products and equipment that can be switched for alternatives at the click of a button.
This is an unwavering part of our service, which we guarantee will eliminate any grey area or costly gaps in specification.
And it doesn’t stop with Level 2. We have already started our pursuit of a Level 3 BIM, and we are looking for likeminded industry partners to collaborate with. If this sounds like you, please do get in touch.