BIM - Building information modeling

BIM is the construction of a digital integrated model (information) of the existing or future built environment. It combines geometry, spatial relationships, lighting analysis, geographical parameters, quantities and technical description of elements (eg details of the manufacturer of individual elements of a building, bridge, fan, etc.). The term BIM can refer to building information management, which is related to the modeling of information about buildings, ie the building information model. BIM is applied in all phases of the project: planning, design, construction, management of the building and its maintenance and thus enables:

– support in project decision-making processes;
– early detection (detection) of potential errors in the project;
– detailed analyzes;
– fast changes and easier change management;
– clearer understanding of project objectives and relationships with other project participants;
– visualization of project solutions;
– improvements in project design and coordination;
– increasing and ensuring the quality of construction processes and the final product.

  1. 3D database / design: quantities of elements/ properties of materials, visual identification of
    objects, phasing of objects, parametricity;
  2. 4D time: planning and monitoring the construction of the facility;
  3. 5D costs: real time conceptual modeling and cost tracking, quantity extraction as well as
    support for detailed cost estimation;
  4. 6D energy efficiency: conceptual and detailed analysis of energy efficiency;
  5. 7D Sustainability: BIM facility life strategy, BIM derived condition, BIM maintenance plan and
    technical support