Building Information Modelling (BIM) is at the centre of a digital transformation of the construction sector and the built environment. Governments and public procurers across Europe and around the world are recognising the value of BIM as a strategic enabler for cost, quality and policy goals. Many are taking proactive steps to foster the use of BIM in their construction sectors and public asset delivery and operations to secure these economic, environmental and social benefits.

So, what is BIM?

BIM is a collaborative way of working that facilitates early supply chain involvement, underpinned by the digital technologies which unlock more efficient methods of designing, creating and maintaining our assets BIM provides a digital representation of the physical and functional characteristics of an asset to support reliable decision making and management of information during its life-cycle. At its core BIM uses 3D models and a common data environment to access and share information efficiently across the supply chain and so boost the efficiency of activities around asset delivery and operation. By helping the entire supply chain to work from a single source of information, BIM reduces the risk of error and maximises the team ability to innovate.

How can we interact?

KN Technical will work closely with the client from the pre-design phase onwards to develop and to track the object-oriented BIM data against predicted and measured performance objectives, supporting multi-disciplinary building information models that drive analysis, schedules, take-off and logistics.

BIM with KN Technical offers:

⦁ Improved project visualization
⦁ Improved productivity and reduction in errors
⦁ Improved coordination of construction models & documents
⦁ Embedding and linking of vital information such as vendors for specific materials, location of details and quantities required for tendering
⦁ Increased speed of delivery
⦁ Reduced costs