With micro and small architectural studios in mind, our BIM Management service revolves around bringing you the latest industry standards in a sustainable and affordable fashion.
As the author William Gibson said: “The future is already here — it’s just not very evenly distributed.” For the last few years, the Construction Industry has seen a number of innovations. Building Information Modelling (BIM) is among the ones that changed the way we, as architects, approach our everyday work, giving BIM a sort of ‘disruptive technology’ status. And for a good reason.
The ends of the spectrum of BIM skills across the industry are in high contrast. Larger and more complex sectors are already up and running in BIM and you can even find professionals with several years under their belt that have never not worked in BIM. And while a bigger practice is able to offset the issues that accompany the task of enforcing new practices in a big scale with hiring the right people in good numbers, that may not be the case for small practices. And indeed, in smaller practices there still seems to even be a question “To BIM or not to BIM?” – on the flip side, the smaller the practice, the fewer machine parts there are to move. This is where we come in – toolkit at hand.
We have been doing Revit since 2009 and we have worked with many different companies along the way and in a diverse set of sectors. We have followed the currents of the industry for years.