Building Information Modeling

As in the whole world, the building information modelling, the so-called BIM, is becoming more and more widespread and well-known in Hungary
Épülettervezés BIM modellezés és CAFM előretervezés

A few decades ago, the profession was not open enough to the application of more comprehensive methodologies, but slowly BIM is gaining more and more attention in our country, and with it information modelling is gaining its rightful place in the construction industry and facility management.

Cost reduction and efficiency gains

Building information modelling is an intelligent software modelling process that allows architects, engineers and contractors to collaborate on the design, construction and operation of buildings. Building Information Modelling enables real-time collaboration between all parties involved in a construction project, resulting in significant cost, safety and efficiency improvements.

BIM software is used to create a realistic model of a building, but unlike a simple drawing, this model is equipped with all the features of the building.

What are the benefits of BIM in facility management?

BIM enables more effective collaboration between teams

As in the construction industry, BIM technology provides a concentrated source of information that allows team members from different disciplines to work together seamlessly on a task, as opposed to traditional floor plans that are difficult to interpret.

Better cooperation means projects can be delivered faster and more efficiently than ever before.

BIM helps simplify maintenance and repair work

BIM technology works with current facility management systems. This gives facility teams access to visual facility data so they can be more proactive in maintenance.

BIM not only supports more efficient maintenance of existing systems, but also facilitates the future introduction of new equipment and systems by allowing us to choose the most appropriate location for the new asset within the model space.

Reduces energy waste and carbon footprint

By linking your physical facilities with BIM technology, you can more easily monitor energy use and help protect the environment. 3D modelling enables better space management, helping to visually identify underutilised areas and plan office layouts more efficiently.

IoT sensors integrated into the system send energy data back to BIM, so you can make decisions based on reliable information to reduce costs and carbon footprint.

Promotes the future role of facilities management

Facilities management goes well beyond the maintenance of facilities and the equipment they contain. Facilities and specialist teams are finally getting the attention they deserve, as organisations see them not as a budget item, but as an active part of achieving business results.

Today, facilities management is about generating revenue, providing better jobs and actively supporting organisational goals. Technology such as BIM enables operations to successfully meet these new expectations by providing a visual and flexible platform for more effective building management.