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3D Design


For over 20 years we have been designing projects with software that utilises technology to create an intelligent 3D model for the generation of 3D visualisations and 2D plans, elevations and sections. The 3D model that is created is not only for this purpose but part of a process that is known as Building Information Modelling (BIM) which describes the process for creating, specifying and managing digital information.


Fundamentally, the purpose of BIM is to ensure that appropriate information is created in a suitable format at the right time so that more informed decisions can be made during the design, construction and operation of built assets.

There is some misconception that the BIM process is only relevant to larger projects partly because the Government has identified its influence in promoting collaborative working for public sector projects and the value it imparts. However, using BIM in smaller projects does have benefits for the designer, client, and the construction team.

When we are designing your project, we can model all the elements and bring these together to identify problems that may be encountered at the construction stage whereby allowing these to be rectified now to save additional costs and delays further down the line.

A model is useful in the early stages with visualisations enabling clients to understand how new spaces will work for them. The client’s choice of fixtures and fittings can be incorporated to inform new layouts with the creation of several options being possible. External views help to identify how the new addition will integrate with the existing including, the choice of materials, whilst internal views can inform the décor and the layout of furniture and fixtures. Overall, the BIM process allows for versions of the project to be explored and provides the information for each stage.

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