An integrated approach with BIM
November 09, 2017
Construction and maintenance of production facilities demand large-scale investment. There are also many stakeholders involved. These factors make the construction process complicated, risk-sensitive and often unnecessarily expensive; an average of 10-to-15% failure costs per project. These complications are prevented by the use of BIM, which is an integrated approach for direct and digital collaboration, design, construction and maintenance of assets with the aid of dynamic models.
We apply BIM on our industrial design-, construction- and maintenance projects.
Click here and learn more about the usage op BIM as a base for all industrial design projects.