Skip to main content


Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a method of optimized design, implementation and management of buildings and projects. BIM tries to link heterogeneous and increasingly complex data amounts of all disciplines involved to establish a consistent database which is available any time and globally and quickly provides all information required.

BIM Icon
BIM Icon
BIM Icon
BIM Icon
BIM Icon
BIM Icon
BIM Icon
BIM Icon
BIM Icon

Conceptual Design

⟩   BIM supports the planning process from the idea up to the completed project
⟩   integral planning from the beginning
⟩   additional work and expenses pay off and prevent later costly corrections

Preliminary Design

⟩   BIM model as optimum basis for discussion
⟩   realistic representation of the design
⟩   a BIM model supports planning of assets
⟩   planning quality is increased by the preparation of scatter plots

Analysis & Optimization

⟩   structures can be dimensioned and optimized by means of direct interfaces
⟩   BIM supports seismic calculations of existing buildings
⟩   structures can be simulated in advance by augmented and virtual reality
⟩   ideal representation of complex issues by augmented reality

Detailed Design

⟩   complex structures are registered and provide an optimum basis for the further process
⟩   considerable increase in planning quality by collision checks
⟩   model-based plans ensure that layouts, sections and views are constantly harmonized with each other
⟩   feasibility of reinforcement is checked in the BIM model

Fabrication & Tender

⟩   BIM enables reliable solutions of complex geometries
⟩   BIM as a basis for construction and assembly design
⟩   masses & costs can be continuously followed
⟩   masses direct and traceable by optic support


⟩   mobile utilization of the BIM model directly on the building site
⟩   check and optimization of the construction processes at the BIM model
⟩   masses & augmented reality support installation or acceptance of reinforcement
⟩   future-oriented settlement directly via the BIM model

Construction Logistics

⟩   check and optimization of construction progresses ensure an efficient building site
⟩   tracking of the construction progress by means of scatter plots during construction
⟩   implementation of the construction schedule (4D) into the BIM model
⟩   check and optimization of the logistic processes at the BIM model

Operation & Maintenance

⟩   recording of all relevant components for facility management
⟩   upgrading of the BIM model when used for facility/asset management
⟩   measurement results from structural monitoring are integrated into the BIM asset model
⟩   simplification of inspections by means of drone recordings

Stock . Renovation . Demolition

⟩   BIM asset models as optimum planning basis for renovation projects
⟩   demolition works are traceably documented
⟩   "digitalization" of old consensus plans, saving of data
BIM Lifecycle

BIM Management

New role models change or ensue for all persons involved in the BIM process over the total life cycle of an object.

Due to long-time experience in design with BIM FCP can both adopt the controlling and the planning function.


BIM Strategy Management

stands for activities/experts on the level of companies, which deal with the introduction, definitions and administration of BIM on company level.


BIM Coordination

stands for activities dealing with the coordination and quality assurance of BIM on project level. In OENORM A 6241 Part 2 the role of the BIM coordinator is defined on the one hand as an advisory and on the other hand as a coordinating activity. This results in the fact that the activities of the BIM coordinator are not only restricted to one party involved in the project.


Responsibility for BIM Model

stands for activities dealing with the check/quality assurance of BIM on project level per party responsible.


BIM Modeller

represents FURTHER DEVELOPMENT of the CAD draughtsman and prepares and models the project model.