Building Information Modelling
We know that using BIM demands clear and unambiguous project management, a lean approach and collaborative engagement throughout the delivery team. What makes BIM a particularly powerful tool is that it considers a project in a wider environment and across the whole of its life cycle.
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Architectural Services
BIMARC’S Architectural services brings together key design, modeling and analysis technologies that enable design professionals to create compliant designs that can be checked, analyzed and remodeled quickly throughout the design process.
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CAD Services
BIMARC provides Architectural, Structural, MEP and all types of Engineering CAD conversion and drafting services for worldwide clients.Outsourcing CAD services to BIMARC help clients save on time, costs and resources while receiving high quality drawings without the risk of delays or security issues.
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3D Visualization Services
BIMARC creates high quality realistic architectural 3D renderings and animations.Our experience in delivering architectural renderings and models spans more than half a decade. A successful track record and a growing clientele speak about the value of our services.
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How we can help you?

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We offer complete BIM solutions .Our BIM experts deliver solutions from BIM Level 1 to Level 3 according to COBie and IFC standards for all residential, commercial and hospital buildings with required level of development (LOD).


Paper to CAD conversion, 2D to 3D Conversion, Detailed CAD drafting, machine shop drawings, Formwork Drawings,Casting and weldment drawings.


We specialize in delivering architectural design and drafting services including 2D architectural drafts, 3D modeling, 3D rendering and animation to assist architectural firms in turning their concepts to reality.


We develop 3D CAD models of architectural and furniture products for 3D visualizations, to convey design intent to stakeholders across the building design development process.

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Why Choose BIM ?

building information modelling

Sharing and collaboration are basics all through the AEC area. However, in the past, collaborative working has often led to a number of problems With projects frequently including different designs, it’s no big surprise that some confusion happens. Presently, in any case, teams can depend upon BIM’s cloud functionality to guarantee a smoother procedure when working cooperatively.

With regards to working in the AEC part, time is of the essence. If you mess up a stage in a building’s lifecycle, you wind up setting back the whole project. With BIM,however, you’re not spending as long on projects, on the grounds that everything can be arranged in such a concise manner. When you’re using BIM, each object in your design is normally associated with a database. Each change you make to one part of a model will therefore be made to different models.

One of the primary issues in the AEC area is cost. The bad dream situation is for a task to go ahead into the development stage just for site engineer to understand that there’s a conflict in the structure. Regardless of whether it’s a pipe experiencing a divider or some other issue, one thing’s without a doubt: it’s going to be extremely costly to stall construction to “edit” the design. With BIM,however, you can automate clash detection. This implies you can recognize conflicts right off the bat before you move onto building your structure. As such, you rarely have to deal with on-site clashes.

With BIM’s cooperation abilities, you can remain updated on even the smallest change. You never again need to stress over a portion of your teammates not monitoring a change you’ve made in a draft. Everyone involved in a project—from the modelers to the construction managers—stays updated on even the littlest change in the building plan. This makes coordination and the management far easier than with traditional design methods.


Supports energy efficiency​

Utilizing BIM as a vital part of design implies that you can integrate sustainability into your design procedure. Under conventional design and construction processes, you’d need to do environmental analyses after the design was finished.If any issues arose, it would be both costly and problematic. BIM, by comparison, enables clients to create early-stage environmental analyses. You can explore aspects like building orientation, energy use and daylight.

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better visualization

One of the fundamental issues with paper designs—or even 2D plans—is that they neglect encapsulate the entirety of a project. That is, you can’t always imagine the project in a real-world scenario . It’s hence that customers may regularly discover designs disappointing. BIM, by examination, allows you to compile every aspect of a project into one complete design, including detailed floor plans and 3D models.

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