Byggnadsinformationsmodellering (BIM)

Altro BIM-komponenter

Vi har investerat i BIM-komponenter som ett sätt att ständigt kunna hålla kunden uppdaterad med korrekt information. Våra BIM-komponenter omfattar intelligent information och är en värdefull och tidssparande resurs i sökandet efter tekniska fakta, varuprover, färgval osv. Eller för att få svar på frågor som ”Hur många kvadratmeter av den här golvtypen krävs det?”

För att du ska kunna få ut det mesta av dina byggprojekt utan att behöva vänta till 2016, då BIM blir obligatoriskt, finns Altros BIM-komponenter tillgängliga redan nu.

Revit-komponenter för Altros säkerhetsgolv, Altro Whiterock väggbeklädnad och dörrsortiment går att ladda ner GRATIS från Bimstore, en IFC-komponent kan dessutom ingå om så önskas. Klicka bara på valfri symbol för ”Ladda ner” här nedan. Som ny användare måste du registrera dig hos Bimstore så att vi kan garantera att du alltid arbetar med den senast uppdaterade versionen. Bimstore delar dina uppgifter med oss, men du kan känna dig lugn för att de inte förs vidare.

What is BIM?

BIM is a process which enables you to create and manage 3D digital representations of a facility.

The resulting building information modelling provides you with a single, current and fully interactive 3D model and detailed information not only on the facility's functions but also its physical properties. It becomes a collaborative resource which can support decision-making from initial concept and design, through the construction phase and the subsequent life of the building. Each party involved in its design and construction can interact with it, but the BIM model remains the one true and approved version of the project.

The BIM model also serves as a database to assist in the production of detailed schedules and listings of the components and quantities in any project.

What are the benefits of BIM?

  • It provides a single 3D model, with one central version of the true project, however complex
  • It is a mechanism to enable change control. More design options may be explored early in the design process and changes may be made even late in the project with much greater ease, having anticipated and resolved any issues
  • It facilitates cost and schedule control through software and technology efficiency
  • It enables room planning so that all fixtures, fittings and equipment are product/colour referenced and can be viewed individually in "real life" form, with all corresponding detail  and from different angles, to allow more control over the placement of joints etc
  • It provides greater, up-front analysis of building information and design for all those involved in the project's design and construction, including providing accessible information for all stakeholders
  • All BIM information comes from a single, up-to-date and co-ordinated model/database. For example, if you change a window in one place, that change is replicated everywhere that window appears
  • BIM can be developed to provide information about on-going maintenance and energy use etc

Why does BIM matter?

The UK Government's Construction Strategy outlines its mandate for "fully collaborative 3D BIM as a minimum by 2016" for all public sector projects over £5 million. Current BIM usage among construction professionals has soared from 13% in 2010 to 31% in 2012, with three quarters currently aware of BIM predicting they will be using it by the end of 2012.