Building Information Modeling

It is based on a collaborative model involving all the agents involved in a construction project.

Its objective is to centralize all the information of the project in a virtual model, from which we will obtain planes (2D), geometric information (3D), planning (4D), measurements (5D), environmental analysis (6D) and maintenance (7D).

We integrate and control in our model all the disciplines that are in a project, from the structure obtained from calculation software, to the definition of the facilities. Our field of work covers architecture, structure and facilities (sanitation, air conditioning, plumbing, gas, ventilation, geo-rair, etc.)


The pre-construction of the building helps us to know the geometry before the execution phase.

We can anticipate critical phases and avoid interference and interruptions of the work.

We detect and coordinate the disciplines of a constructive project.

By building a virtual model and applying our collision detection software, we can obtain an interference report and resolve them before the construction phase.

Work Planning

We carry out simulations of the constructive evolution of a building.

This simulation consists of linking the temporary schedule of construction phases to the virtual model. This results in an animation where you can visualize what has been executed and at what point. This resource will also allow us to anticipate possible conflicts that may arise in the course of the work, such as the arrangement of machinery or the collection of materials.

Measurements and Certifications

Each of the elements that are part of the model are quantifiable.

Our workflow allows you to obtain project measurements from the virtual model. Each of the elements that are part of the model are also available. In this way, any changes to the project update the database, so we optimize times and avoid calculation errors.

Energy Analysis

We analyze the project and its variations to get the most efficient design

We analyze the project and its variations to obtain the most efficient design thanks to the connection that allows the BIM software with energy calculation programs.

The ultimate goal of these energy analyses is to improve the overall performance of the building during its lifespan, reducing energy expenditure and improving the thermal, acoustic and visual comfort of the occupants. In this regard, BIM tools enable improved interoperability with specific energy analysis programs, providing tools where the design and analysis process can be integrated to help make decisions energy improvement.