An introduction to BIM

The Building Information Modeling, acronym: BIM, indicates a process through which it is possible to optimize the planning, construction and management of buildings.

NIBS (National Institutes of Building Science) defines BIM as the “digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of an object” and in a more specific meaning of a building or infrastructural.

BIM is therefore not a product or a software application, but it is an operative methodology of planning, design, implementation and maintenance, made possible through the realization of a three-dimensional dynamic informative model, inside which all the graphic information is included documents concerning each individual element.

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We are all fellow Europeans and this war may make us feel powerless, but we are all still able to do something.

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AS-Built activities in Canada

Today we are happy to announce that we will support an international GC in an AS-Built #BIM activity that involves Eng. Caterina Braghiroli directly on site, in the Canadian plant Heartland Petrolchemical Complex.

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Working in B1P Group is a team-sport

B1P Group has created a unique colleagues team, compact, where working in B1P Group is alternated with moments of fun, all together, and where also the newest worker could feel part of the group. You can become part of this great team too, come to discover our open positions.

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