BIM is a framework designed to provide consistency and collaboration in the design process within the construction sector, improving efficiency, reducing wastage and lowering costs across the whole lifetime of the building,
from design to demolition.
BIM objects are used to populate a BIM model of a complete building and provide a visual method of specifying and exchanging product information in a common 3D format using intelligent, structured databases. To collaborate on a BIM framework project, you will need access to BIM objects of various manufacturers’ products so that you can design and specify those products within the BIM model.
Three Key Fuctions
Hochiki's BIM content has been modelled to AIA Level of Detail 200 and includes detailed specification including the COBie-UK 2012,Uniclass and NVS references requirements called for by the NBS BIM Object Standards. They are supplied in the AutoDesk Revit family file format and the IFC file format (native export).