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BIM, which stands for Building Information Modeling, is a working methodology that allows architecture, engineering and construction professionals to create, manage and share real-time information about construction projects. Our main tool is Autodesk's REVIT. Using BIM can provide numerous benefits to clients, including:

Better communication and collaboration: BIM allows the different actors involved in the project to work together in a common digital environment, facilitating real-time communication and collaboration. This helps avoid errors and redundancies, improves decision-making and allows clients to gain a clear and accurate view of project progress.

Better efficiency: BIM enables construction professionals to design, plan and coordinate the project more efficiently, avoiding errors and wasting time and resources. This results in reduced costs and shorter timelines for project completion.

Better quality and safety: BIM enables construction professionals to anticipate and fix problems before they occur, ensuring better project quality and greater safety for workers and users.

Better resource management: BIM allows clients to obtain accurate information about the materials and resources needed for construction, as well as their cost and availability. This helps optimize resource management and make more informed decisions about budgeting and project planning.

Better sustainability: BIM can help clients design buildings that are more sustainable and energy efficient, thanks to the ability to simulate and assess the project's environmental performance before construction. This can reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, as well as improve air quality and user health.

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