BIm
Building information modeling (BIM) is the process of generating and managing building data and involves representing a design as objects that carry their geometry, relations and attributes.

Building information modeling covers geometry, spatial relationships, light analysis, geographic information, quantities and properties of building components (for example manufacturers' details). BIM can be used to demonstrate the entire building life cycle, including the processes of construction and facility operation. Quantities and shared properties of materials can be extracted easily. Scopes of work can be isolated and defined. Systems, assemblies and sequences can be shown in a relative scale with the entire facility or group of facilities.

BIM design tools such as those within Revit Architecture, allow for extracting different views from a building model for drawing production and other uses. These different views are automatically consistent – in the sense that the objects are all of a consistent size, location and specification. Drawing consistency eliminates many errors. Revit Architecture Suite uses three-dimensional, real-time, dynamic building modeling software to increase productivity in as built models and building design.

Image highlighting the extraction of differing views from a building information model.

Image highlighting the extraction of differing views from a building information model.

3D plan view highlighting extraction of dimensions and co-ordinates.

3D plan view highlighting extraction of dimensions and co-ordinates.

Plan drawing highlighting area schedule calculations.

Plan drawing highlighting area schedule calculations.

Elevation drawing highlighting surface area calculations, floor levels and critical dimensions

Elevation drawing highlighting surface area calculations, floor levels and critical dimensions
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