Building Information Modelling (BIM) entails the process of constructing a 3D digital model in conjunction with, or before embarking on a real-world construction project. BIM involves building twice; first on the computer and then in the field. Although it has several applications in the construction industry, it is primarily used as a means of visualisation and as a tool for trade coordination.
We use Architecture Modelling to understand the scope and scale of a project which allows us to execute the project to perfection. We use BIM whenever a project involves planning, designing, constructing, or operating physical infrastructures. This includes infrastructures for water, electricity, gas, refuse, communication, roads, highways, bridges, and more.