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Our current multi-family experience includes BIM services that include working with architects and designers to optimize data sets and maximizing square footage on various sites. We work with owners and construction firms to reduce field issues and change orders. We are also working with leading industrialized construction companies to deliver off-site modular construction units to improve construction efficiency.
According to the latest UN studies, 68% of the world population is projected to live in urban areas by 2050, this is up from the current 55%. Mega cities around the world are only projected to grow as the world transitions to knowledge based economies. With this massive growth presents a challenge in multi-family housing affordability, accessibility, and availability. We call this the 3A’s that our firm seeks to tackle through virtual design and construction, specifically BIM. Through BIM we seek to digitize the entire multi-family ideation, design and construction process.
Computational BIM, 4D BIM and BIM coordination. We can help you optimize rooms for contiguous requirements, minimize and improve construction schedules. On one hospital project, we used laser scanning of existing conditions to coordinate mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire suppression systems, nurse call systems, pneumatic piping and medical gas with existing conditions, preventing disruption
BIM Services
Virtual Reality
Construction feasibility analysis and stakeholder modeling. We work with design teams and stakeholders to model nursing stations, patient rooms, corridors, and operating rooms to ensure that stakeholder input is incorporated into the final design before construction begins.
Point cloud in BIM
Worried about existing conditions? Through laser scanning and capturing existing site conditions, our firm can help minimize disruption to current operations.
Who We Work With
BIM Capital has worked with firms that either lead or seek to lead in their respective industries. Real estate developers, architecture firms, general contractors, and trade contractors have the potential to gain a strategic advantage through BIM. If your company is interested in transforming its business into one that is led by digital workflows, please contact us.