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Building Information Modeling

BIM (Building Information Modeling) is an intelligent 3D model‑based process that gives architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) professionals the insight and tools to more efficiently plan, design, construct, and manage buildings and infrastructure.

Why use BIM Software?

 

Learn how BIM helps owners and operators gain efficiencies throughout the lifecycle of a building project—from design and construction stages through to occupancy—for improved facility management and O&M.

 

Learn How BIM Processes can make your Business more Efficient

 

Win more work and deliver projects on time and under budget. Discover four inefficiency traps that your firm could currently be facing, as well as advice on how to break free and move toward business success.

 

Customer story: Brilliant by Design

 

Kirsty Hogg helps her team at Cundall, an international multidisciplinary engineering consultancy, produce technically brilliant designs that push the boundaries of innovation for their clients.

 

BIM Software for Architectural Design

 

Discover how BIM software from Autodesk can help architects win work, retain clients and grow their practices. It helps architects develop more innovative and sustainable designs, improve communication with clients, and more.

 

BIM for Infrastructure

 

Autodesk BIM solutions help civil engineering teams plan, design, model, build, and manage infrastructure and transportation projects.

 

BIM Software for Construction Planning and Design

 

Minimize risk in construction planning and projects with BIM construction software from Autodesk.

 

BIM Software for Structural Engineering

 

BIM enables structural engineers to improve multidiscipline coordination of structural design documentation, minimize errors, and streamline collaboration between teams.