2: Integrate your product into the construction project
BIM objects and technical drawings
Are architects and engineers able to work with your products during construction project planning?
Digital construction models are natural to architects and engineers, who are dependent on digital building blocks.
BIM objects and technical drawings constitute the digital building blocks that anchor your product data in the early project planning stages.
BIM objects are not off-the-shelf
It can be difficult for the manufacturers of construction materials to navigate in the vast opportunities of BIM objects and technical drawings;
Do you need 2D or 3D?
Is Revit, ArchiCAD or something else the right choice?
Which product data are relevant?
What about the level of visual detailing?
There are no clear answers, which is the reason why BIM objects and technical drawings are not off-the-shelf products. 3dbyggeri danmark always starts a project by advising on the right solution in your case.
We have delivered BIM objects and 2D technical drawings for e.g. windows, doors, inner walls, ceilings, lighting, electrical components, sanitary ware and kitchens.
We work in compliance with national and international standards for BIM objects, e.g. the NBS standard.
- Development of new objects
- Updating of existing objects
- Revit, ArchiCAD and other softwares
2D technical drawings
- Development of new drawings
- Updating of existing drawings
- DWG, PDF and other formats
BIM objects are also known as:
BIM models, 3D objects, Revit models, Revit objects, Revit drawings, Revit families, ArchiCAD models, ArchiCAD objects and ArchiCAD drawings
2D technical drawings are also known as:
CAD drawings, 2D drawings, Revit details and Revit 2D
Plugins for Revit
- Get your spot in the ribbon of the architects' and engineers' everyday-tool
- Automated update of, and international variations of, data on BIM objects
- Automated upload and administration of content on web portals
Integration in the stages of a construction project (NBS Plan of Work)
Stage 0: Strategy
Stage 1: Brief
Stage 2: Concept
Stage 3: Definition
Stage 4: Design
Stage 5: Build & commission
Stage 6: Handover & closeout
Stage 7: Operation