3D BIM Modeling Service

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is the process of creating and managing a built asset based on an intelligent and accessed by a cloud platform; Scan to bim services integrates multi-disciplinary, structured data to produce a digital representation of an object across its lifecycle, from planning, design to construction and operations. 3D BIM Modelling service from 3D Pointshot provide BIM modelling for its clients and thereby help in minimising cost and maximising efficiency of a project.

How can bim help you?

Scan to BIM services brings all the information about all objects of a building into one place. BIM enables anyone to access that information for any purpose anytime and anywhere.

BIM data can illustrate the entire building lifecycle, from inception and design to demolition and even materials reuse. Systems, Spaces, and products can be shown in relative scale to each other and, in turn, close to the entire project. By signaling conflict detection, BIM prevents errors from creeping in at the various stages of development/ construction.

What is a bim object?

A BIM is a combination of many things:

  • Information content to define a product.
  • Properties of a product.
  • The geometry of a product's physical characteristics
  • Visualization data to give the object a recognizable appearance
  • Useful data to enable the object to be positioned and behave in the same manner as its product.

Fitting specifications into the BIM process?

Specifications are a vital part of information integration. 3D Pointshot is a dedicated 3D BIM Modeling service provider designed for scan to BIM services. Plug-ins have been developed that will enable the information in the model to be integrated with the information in the specification.

Stages of BIM:

Level 1 BIM: 2D construction draft + 3D modelling

CAD standards are managed at the first level, and electronic data sharing is carried out from a shared data environment, usually driven by the contractor.

Level 2 BIM: Teams work in their 3D models

At the second level, all team members use 3D CAD. Information about the design environment is shared through a standard file format.

Level 3 BIM: Working with a shared 3D model

BIM third level is even more collaborative. Level 3 means that everyone uses a shared project

Benefits of Level 3 BIM are:

  • 3D visualization of the entire project.
  • Ease of collaboration between multiple teams and parts of the business.
  • Ease of collaboration between multiple teams and parts of the business.
  • It reduces rework and revisions.

Levels 4, 5, and 6 BIM: Scheduling, Cost prediction, and Sustainability information

Level 4 BIM brings new element into the information model: time. This information about time includes scheduling data to help outline duration of time each phase of the project will take or sequencing various components.

Level 5 BIM gives cost estimations, budget analysis, and budget tracking to the information model. When working with BIM, project owners can track and predict costs incurred during the project's duration.

Level 6 BIM information helps calculate the consumption of energy in a building before it's built. This information ensures that designers take into account more than the upfront costs of an asset. Level 6 BIM provides accurate predictions of energy consumption requirements and empowers stakeholders to build energy-efficient and sustainable structures.

Benefits of 4, 5, and 6 level BIM:

  • Efficient site planning and scheduling
  • Efficient hand-offs between steps in the construction stage
  • Cost visualization in real time
  • Cost analysis simplified
  • Reduced energy consumption.
  • Better operational management of the building.

What is the future of BIM?

The construction industry's future is digital, and BIM is the future of design and long-term facility management; it is government-led and driven by technology and transparent processes. It is implementing change across all industries. 3D Pointshot is a scan to BIM services provider and is providing its services in many projects

As hardware, software, and cloud applications herald more excellent capability to handle increasing amounts of raw data and information, the use of BIM will become even more pronounced than it is in current projects.