Building Information Modelling (BIM)
Scan to BIM
Building information modelling (BIM) is a process of collecting and creating a digital representation of a structure. The output of this is a Building Information Model, which can then be used by our clients to interpret the data and make strategic decisions.
We understand the complexities in the successful execution of developing as-built BIM deliverables which integrate tightly with our client’s work flows. We have developed robust in-house methods to ensure fully compliant BIM deliverables and levels of development that are fit for purpose.
The adoption of 3D Laser Scanning within architectural work flows has led to an ever-increasing need for an efficient method of transforming highly detailed 3D Laser Scan survey into intelligent models, suitable for implementation in BIM work flows.
BIM data can be used to illustrate the entire lifecycle of a structure. It details design to demolition where a user can visualise space and objects in order to minimise error throughout the duration of a project.
Where fully intelligent models are not required, such as detailed heritage facades, our Group in-house CAD designers excel at extracting highly detailed models from 3D scan data for heritage documentation and digital archive purposes.
Contact a member of the team here at Veris if you would like more information on building information modelling.