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Architectural BIM Service

Our architectural BIM services are designed to assist a wide range of professionals involved in the construction process, including architects, designers, engineers, contractors, and more. From the initial stages of conceptual design to the finalization of detailed construction plans, our services span the entire spectrum of the building information modelling (BIM) process, accommodating various levels of detail (LOD) from 100 to 500. Whether it is creating 3D Revit models for visualization or developing comprehensive construction documentation, our team ensures seamless collaboration and efficient communication among project stakeholders.

By leveraging 3D Revit models, architects can digitally visualize their design ideas with precision and clarity, facilitating effective communication of their vision to clients and stakeholders. This not only enhances the understanding of the proposed design but also enables early identification of potential issues, allowing for timely adjustments and informed decision-making. Clients benefit from this proactive approach as it provides them with the flexibility to refine and finalize design decisions prior to obtaining approvals, ultimately streamlining the construction process, and reducing the likelihood of costly revisions during later stages of the project.

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What do we do ???

•    Architectural Revit Template Creation
•    Architectural Revit Modelling
•    Interior Furniture Modelling
•    Landscape Modelling
•    3d Walk-through
•    Planning
•    Architectural Shop Drawings
•    Material Take-off

Our services in Building Information Modelling (BIM) LOD.

LOD 100

LOD 100-Pre-Design or Conceptual Design:

Basic massing and location of elements, often used in early design stages for conceptualization. 
(Basic outline, rough sketch of the layout.)

LOD 200

LOD 200-Schematic Design:


More detailed than LOD 100, including approximate sizes, shapes, quantities, and locations of elements, suitable for schematic design.
(Adds more detail, like sizes and shapes of rooms and walls.)

LOD 300

LOD 300-Design Development:


Accurate and specific representations of elements, including precise quantities, sizes, shapes, and locations, typically used for design development and coordination.
(Gets even more specific with accurate measurements and material details.)

LOD 350- Construction Documentation:


LOD 350 is an intermediary level of detail. It is more detailed than LOD 300 but not as precise as LOD 400. At LOD 350, you might add additional information such as specific assembly details or more refined material representations.
(An intermediary level, adding some extra details before final construction plans.)

LOD 350
LOD 400

LOD 400-Construction:

Includes exact representations of elements with specific assemblies, fabrication, and construction details, suitable for construction documentation and coordination.
(Ready for actual building, includes precise measurements and construction details.)

LOD 500 As-Built:


Represents actual constructed elements, including accurate details, dimensions, and documentation, useful for facility management and operations post-construction.
(Complete record of the finished building, including all the tiny details for future maintenance.)

LOD 500

Our Deliverables

3d Visualizations

  • 3D Exterior Visualization

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  • 3D Interior Visualization
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  • 3D Floor Plans
  • 3D VIEW
    3D Exterior Walkthrough
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    3D Interior Walkthrough

    We leverage cutting-edge software tools to expedite design delivery, spanning from conceptual planning to project completion. Backed by our software proficiency and seasoned professionals, we aid Architects, Home Builders, Interior Designers, Contractors, and Real Estate Companies by providing photo-realistic images, 3D floors plans, site plans, and walk-throughs. 

    2D to 3D Conversion

    Convert your 2D concepts and sketches into 3D models to facilitate engineering simulations and provide a clearer visualization of your design intent. This involves transforming initial ideas, often depicted on paper, into digital models that allow for detailed analysis and better understanding of the project's objectives. By transitioning from 2D to 3D, you enable more accurate simulations and immersive visualizations, enhancing decision-making and communication during the design process.

    2D Floor Plan

    3D Floor Plan

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    Quantities Take-Off

    In the past, architects and engineers relied on 2D CAD drawings to estimate quantities for construction projects. With Building Information Modelling (BIM), quantity estimation has become more accurate and efficient. BIM allows for detailed 3D models to be developed using software like Autodesk Revit and Autodesk Navisworks. These models are linked to materials, making the quantity take-off process automated.

                                                 BIM-based Quantity Take-off (QTO) provides benefits such as increased accuracy and quicker turnaround times. Software tools like Autodesk Revit and Autodesk Navisworks are used for creating detailed 3D models. These models contain rich data about building components, materials, and specifications, enabling precise quantity estimations.

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    By utilizing detailed 3D models developed through BIM, engineers can accurately estimate quantities by extracting measurements directly from the model. This process reduces errors and discrepancies often found in traditional estimation methods. Additionally, the automation of quantity take-off tasks saves time, making it valuable for fast-paced construction projects.

    Autodesk Revit and Autodesk Navisworks are commonly used software tools for BIM-based quantity estimation. These tools allow engineers to create detailed 3D models of buildings, which contain information about geometry, spatial relationships, and material properties. By linking model elements to specific materials, engineers can automate the quantity take-off process, extracting accurate quantities for procurement, budgeting, and project planning purposes.

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    BIM-driven Quantity Take-off (QTO) provides numerous advantages:

    • Accuracy: Detailed BIM models lead to precise estimates.

    • Efficiency: Automation saves time and effort in estimation.

    • Visualization: BIM models offer a clear visual representation.

    • Integration: Seamlessly integrates with project data for consistency.

    • Cost Savings: Identifies opportunities to save costs.

    • Adaptability: Easily updated to reflect design changes.

    BIM Content Generation

    Specializing in tailored BIM content creation, we cater to manufacturers, architects, contractors, and engineers, employing the Autodesk Revit platform. Our seasoned team adeptly translates 2D sketches or freehand drawings into high-quality non-parametric and parametric families, ensuring crucial details such as submittals and product codes are seamlessly integrated.

    With a focus on precision and customization, our BIM content creation services guarantee that essential information is embedded within the 3D models. From submittals to manufacturing specifics, our meticulous approach ensures that every detail is accounted for, empowering our clients to efficiently utilize and modify the models as needed in their projects.

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    Parametric Family

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    Non-Parametric Family

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