BIM, or Building Information Modeling, has been a major trend in the construction industry over the past few years. It impacts all building project stakeholders, from designers to managers.
This approach consist in a set of technology-backed processes and the reuse of data generated at different steps in a project. As such, from preliminary design to the production of drawings, and from construction to commissioning, the various professionals and stakeholders involved can exchange centralized, scalable, and updated data thanks to a virtual 3D model that allows them to make better upstream decisions and carry out their projects on time and within budget. Project information can even be reused for property management purposes.
Consortech® has advocated this approach since its very beginnings, and partners with providers that offer advanced and relevant tools. Our knowledge of Québec’s construction industry allows us to offer you a realistic and staged approach tailored to your company’s ability to integrate the various processes and related technological solutions. We provide consulting services to prime contractors, professionals, and general and specialized contractors.
Our current status as a key player in the BIM field is due to our involvement in projects of various scopes involving all types of stakeholders—something that has allowed us to offer realistic solutions aligned with project objectives and stakeholders’ constraints.
We actively contribute to the implementation, but also to the democratization, of BIM within the industry. Our functional and technical professionals have trained and supported numerous companies in implementing their BIM process. We also organize various technical events and meetings to explain the mechanisms of BIM and the tools that support it, as well as events for managers and CEOs to promote an understanding of BIM on multiple levels, thus giving decision-makers a realistic perspective of the entire building ecosystem.