07554 Korbußen/b. Gera
Tel.: 036602-141 0
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Main contact person:
Mrs. Franziska Mittag
The BIM process sets new standards in the design and management process of buildings and is increasingly used in civil engineering (e.g., model-based quantity determination and cost planning).
TRIGIS is specialized in creating 3D models based on new and existing building projects.
This 3D model forms the basis for further planning, for administration and the subsequent managing of real estate and asset management.
This ensures efficient planning and optimization, as the digital construction model provides a realistic method of evaluation for various scenarios such as geometry, costs and timings.
Finland and Norway were the first nations to set standards, followed by the national procurement directives of the European Commission, the UK and the Netherlands. Recently, joint public-industry initiatives were also established in France, Spain and Germany.
In Germany, the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) presented a national BIM road map, which essentially intends to implement BIM technology in public construction works by 2020.
Building information modeling (BIM) is the modern method of operation in matters of design, construction and management of buildings. BIM is based on the active interconnection of all stakeholders across the entire life cycle of a building.
TRIGIS supports these processes with many years of experience (more than 3 million m² of gross floor area surveyed) in building imaging and modeling.
For Building Information Modeling (BIM) of an existing building, the TRIGIS BIM team generates a 3D model of the existing building, including technical equipment. This is carried out in close cooperation with the BIM planner to determine the degree and density of detail.
TRIGIS examines BIM planning during the construction process. Using building survey methods such as tachymetry, 3D laser scanning or photogrammetry, nominal-actual comparisons are carried out and deviations are documented. This is proven to result in fewer errors and deviations during the building process.
The BIM concept is slowly but surely reaching the field of civil engineering. In the next few years, significant developments are expected.
To use the advantages of BIM in civil engineering projects as well, TRIGIS has developed processes to accompany this development. Model-based quantity determination helps support the calculation, and contributes to work preparation, construction invoicing and as-built documentation.
In line with client wishes, TRIGIS pre-prepares 3D models of components, digital terrain models and 3D machine controls, and physically merges this data.
To avoid duplicate work steps, TRIGIS uses a recorded model as a base for a multitude of evaluations and displays.
For every construction phase, all construction participants may access current and accurate data.
Our experts already use the client’s information system. This avoids inconsistencies and interfacing problems. TRIGIS will also use your team’s software to generate a 3D model.
You will receive *.rvt, *.dwg and *.pln files with the exact level of detail required for the project.
Do you use Allplan, Vectorworks or other software with an IFC interface?
In that case, you will receive the BIM in ifc format.
The level of detail defines the required amount of information in the virtual building models. It is also known as the completion level, level of definition or level of development (LOD). LOD depends on the respective model requirements and can be customized in line with client needs.
Our experts are happy to offer their advice.
Helping to shape the BIM process instead of simply participating!
To fulfill this goal, our experts are involved in the Central German BIM network, among other things. This initiative supports all participants who want to actively influence and shape the BIM market. The Central German BIM network is independent of software, industry and job description.