Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a process for creating and managing all of the information on a project – before, during and after construction. As more and more countries begin to mandate BIM, it is essential for practices to adopt BIM in order to remain competitive. Parametric Monkey can aid you along your BIM journey whether you are just starting out or want to take your processes to the next level.

BIM management

BIM can be a complex process and it is important to ensure you have a robust management plan. Parametric Monkey can assist in developing your BIM Execution Plan (BEP) to ensure more effective coordination, communication and collaboration. We work with the entire project team to clarify roles and responsibilities, standards to be applied and procedures to be followed.

BIM modelling

Certain building typologies are inherently more geometrically complex than others. Parametric Monkey has extensive experience in parametrically modelling precise geometry whatever the geometric complexity. We work with your team to ensure your 3D model captures the design intent and is accurate based on the level of detail required.

BIM Coordination

BIM is a collective process that requires cohesion and alignment amongst all stakeholders. We work with your team to help achieve these goals by running coordination meetings, undertaking clash detection and producing coordination reports.

BIM analytics

Sometimes BIM models can appear opaque to management not familiar with the software. Parametric Monkey uses a number of different tools to mine data which can be visualised in order to gain a clear insight into the health, quality and performance of the BIM model. These visualisation enables you to turn raw data into insight and can flag certain undesirable workflows before they get out of control.

Facilities management

Working with the building operator at the early stages of design, we can include and maintain data necessary for use in Facilities Management (FM) or asset tracking during the building’s operation.

Dynamo Package Development

Dynamo is a node-based visual programming interface developed by Autodesk. When used in conjunction with Revit, it has the power to generate and manipulate both geometry and data. Parametric Monkey can help automate and accelerate your AEC workflows by developing custom tools to suit your needs.

  • BIM modelling

  • BIM modelling

  • BIM coordination

  • BIM analytics

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Putting BIM in perspective

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BIM ecosystem

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