BIM is a design process that involves the generation and management of information through software that integrates all the interfaces of the project.
Building Information Models (BIMs) are files that can be exchanged or accessed on the network to support a decision.
BIM Software is currently used by individuals, corporations and government agencies to plan, design, build, operate and maintain various physical infrastructures. Examples: water, sewage, electricity, gas, garbage and public communication services for roads, bridges and ports, houses, apartments, schools, shops, offices, factories, warehouses and prisons.
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a new way of approaching design, in which the entire building lifecycle is considered (design / construction / operations).
Information: all information about the building and its life cycle are included;
Modeling: define and simulate the building, its delivery and operations using integrated tools.
The BIM model manages not only charts but also information, allowing the automatic generation of drawings, reports, project analysis, simulation, and facility management, allowing the project team to make the most appropriate decisions based on all information .
BIM supports distributed teams in different locations, allowing you to share tasks and information throughout the life of the building, eliminating data redundancy, reentry data, data loss, lack of communication, and more.
Our mission is to promote an architecture committed to the social, economic and environmental issues.