BIMBIM (Building Information Management) in direct translation is building information modeling, also known as intelligent 3D modeling. In essence, it is a construction and engineering investment started in the digital world, starting from the concept until the investment is ready for use. Currently, BIM is also being implemented into existing buildings and engineering facilities, thanks to the use of 3D scanning technology and specialized knowledge.

The use of BIM aims to:

  • the ability to analyze costs, quantity and quality of materials
  • determination of delivery time
  • finding errors in the project e.g. collision of two systems
  • plan the construction process carefully
  • facilitate the creation of innovative solutions
  • and other

3D scanning enables the implementation of the BIM model into existing objects. Recreating 3D documentation has never been so easy.

BIM brings unquestionable benefits to all companies involved in both construction, reconstruction and expansion. BIM is an ideal tool for:


  • coordination of cooperation between companies participating in the investment
  • information on the progress of work in real time
  • simulations of various technical solutions
  • 3D investment model combined with all available documents – quantitative reports, cost estimates, and above all project documentation
  • detection of project non-compliance


  • digital planning, design and subsequent real-time management and construction
  • faster detection of all collisions
  • checking the compliance of the project with the technical requirements
  • cooperation with all specialists is smoother


  • avoiding numerous mistakes while preparing tender offers
  • saving time and resources
  • controlling the course of works at the construction site and investment costs
  • an intelligent 3D model during investment is a very useful source of information


  • effective production management
  • minimizing errors of cooperation with other suppliers
  • the ability to prepare files for numeric machines