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.

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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#yourBIMsolution

We’ re looking forward to an autumn full of #BIM projects and news, but above all we are eager to announce the collaboration with Università degli Studi ‘Mediterranea’ of Reggio Calabria with the support of NKE – Autodesk Platinum Partner..

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OUR BIM PROCESS FOR REAL-TIME RENDERING AND VIRTUAL REALITY: REVIT & ENSCAPE – BY LORENZO PEDE

The BIM process now represents a reality that is gradually consolidating in the design and management property panorama.

Integrated design and graphic outputs, such as Render and VideoRender, are often notthe result of a single process. Then, how can you stand in a panorama of software thattake advantage of the modeling already carried out for BIM design?
In answer come different solutions, with the widest and rosy promises, but it is necessary to study in depth the potential of the tools, and rationalize the choices according to the desired output and also the costs to be faced.

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New process and Software for our SmartWorking – Our experience with A360 from the BIM Coordinator Marzia Ricci

Remote working cannot be improvised and Covid-19 is making it clear. We have, have decided to adopt managing policies and paradigms that will allow us to embrace a cultural change that will become endemic in the forthcoming months.
We have chosen to help, through targeted articles, the divulgation of the tools we are using in the hope to advise someone else with what we believe is a best practice.

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