The future of construction

Three-dimensional data and networked construction processes are not dreams of the future, they’re part of our routine day-to-day work. As timber builders, we’ve also long been familiar with the principle of prefabrication. We use these preconditions for your benefit in the BIM process.

As the BIM coordinator on your timber construction project, we place our experience, know-how and our network of all project participants – architects, clients, planners, subcontractors – at your disposal. Collaboration on a joint three-dimensional model creates transparency and improves efficiency. This also provides a basis for the use, operation and maintenance of the building as well as future renovation or conversion. From the digital model to the actual timber construction and back again.

The benefits for our customers and clients:

  • Advice on construction projects in the BIM process
  • Cost calculation for individual trades based on the architect’s planning data (IFC format)
  • Use of the BIM platform as a tool for shaping the BIM process
  • Strong network of BIM-ready, owner-operated subcontractors and subproducers
  • Coordination of subcontractors in the BIM process
  • Use of digital BIM planning data for construction management and assembly
Two employees in a discussion - one is on the phone and the other is standing.

Collaboration on equal terms

On the BIM platform, all project stakeholders work together on the same digital 3D model in a simultaneous, coordinated and structured way from the outset and remain in regular contact with each other. The project data is available to everyone on the joint platform throughout the entire planning and implementation stages. As an experienced partner, we make the BIM platform available and manage the process as the coordinator.

An employee working at two screens. A 3D model of the Swatch building in Biel can be seen on screen.
«Despite the high level of mechanisation, it’s essential that the project partners speak to each other and clarify all unanswered questions during the round table at the start of the project. This is because the BIM method requires all project participants to work together on the same digital 3D model in a timely, simultaneous, coordinated and structured way and to interact with each other.»
Richi Jussel, project development Blumer-Lehmann AG

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