Building Information Modeling (BIM) encompasses advanced technologies such as intelligent 3D Modeling, fly-throughs, and virtual/augmented reality.
2D/3D conversion with Revit, AutoCAD, and other best-of-breed tools literally adds another dimension to the design process.
Facilitate the Concept
As your concept evolves into a formal design plan, we provides more detailed visualization and analysis. Advances in 3D technologies allow for virtual and augmented reality views of the facility, sophisticated renderings, and more granular models. These tools empower you to refine, optimize and validate design prior to spending construction budget. Just as importantly, they encourage user-centered design – the best experience possible for those who ultimately will use the building
CAD (computer aided-design) design is used in almost every industry, in projects as wide-ranging as landscape design, bridge construction, office building design, and movie animation. With 2D or 3D CAD programs, you can perform a variety of tasks: you can create a 3D model of a design, apply material and light effects, and document the design with dimensions and other annotations. Building Information Modeling technology supports architects throughout the design process. Gain more insights earlier in the process to meet your clients’ requirements and deliver projects with improved quality and efficiency.
If you’ve spent much time in the world of construction and building products, you’ve likely heard of Autodesk Revit in conjunction with BIM (Building Information Modeling).
But why exactly is Revit the de facto software leader for the construction industry? Whether you’re new to the industry or a veteran, here’s exactly what you need to know about Revit and its impact on the architecture, engineering, and construction. Viewed as a clear evolutionary improvement on traditional CAD, Revit has revolutionized the way that building professionals communicate and manage modeling workflow. This is due to Revit’s ability to excel at several key functions, including design versatility, project collaboration, and parametric data.