Plan, design, construct and manage buildings and infrastructures better with BIM

Many stakeholders across a variety of AEC disciplines have now adopted Building Information Modelling or BIM, for short. As a result, a wide range of organisations – from Architects to Estate Managers – are now benefiting from more control over costs and design.

This new way of working has indeed proven to be extremely successful. As a result, both public and private sector organisations are now mandating it as a process that all partners must adhere to.

Implementing BIM has a multitude of benefits which outweigh the initial costs. Improved productivity and quality are just two of them. Not only do firms benefit from producing better work, but they also win new business opportunities.

Also, resources are used more efficiently and teams cooperate more easily across the lifecycle of a project. As a result, cost overruns and delays are successfully averted which turns the construction project into a success.

BIM benefits you regardless of your AEC discipline. As a result, you will need a tailored approach to learning and a smooth transition, whether you are an Architect, Estate Manager or MEP.


Majenta Helps University of Cambridge

Taking Back Control of 50,000 CAD Drawings

Majenta has helped the University of Cambridge through the BIM learning curve.

The solution had to be radical and methodical. Consequently, by working with Majenta, the University of Cambridge team a model for best practice.

View the full University of Cambridge case study

Dedicated to BIM

At Majenta, we’ve already helped organisations implement BIM.

If you’re still unsure and would like to know more about this process and how it can benefit your business, please take a look at our dedicated website.

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