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Building Information Models (BIM)

REDUCE THE NUMBER OF ERRORS AND OMISSION IN THE EARLY STAGES


We employ the latest technology of laser measurement and also 3D scanners to produce 2D floor plans or 3D Revit models for Architects, Engineers, Contractors and other professionals in order to facilitate renovations, additions or re-purposing. 3D scans are highly accurate, have a faster turn around and reduce return visits to the site. These scans are within 99.9% accuracy and produce point clouds to precisely create the Revit models. If you require any type of building measurement service, consult SureMeasure, for we know that accurate existing condition plans are critical to a design and square foot calculations.

What is BIM?

We use the latest technology of laser measurement and also 3D scanners to produce 2D floor plans or 3D Revit models for Architects, Engineers, Contractors and other professionals in order to facilitate renovations, additions or re-purposing. 3D scans are highly accurate, have a faster turn around and reduces return visits to the site. The scans are within 1% accuracy and produce point clouds to accurately produce the Revit models. If you need any type of building measurement service, consult SureMeasure, having accurate existing condition plans is critical to a design and square foot calculations.

PRODUCTIVITY GAINS

Productivity gain is one of the major bene ts of using BIM and is the top metric organisations expect to improve when they adopt the technology. Primarily, BIM realises this gain through its ability to:

  • minimise project management
  • foster communication and co-ordination
  • identify errors early
  • reduce rework
  • reduce costs
  • improve quality.
Benefits

Ultimately, BIM’s ability to integrate processes and ensure accurate, timely and intelligent transfer of information between key project stakeholders lies at the heart of its productivity gains. Many countries have already realised many of these gains, yet the overwhelming majority of organisations using BIM believe it has the potential to o er even greater value in the future. If that proves true, it makes the case for accelerating BIM’s adoption in this country very di cult to ignore.