Building Information Modelling (BIM)

Building Information Modelling (BIM)

The Foundation of Digital Information

Implemented on our projects, BIM enables us to work collaboratively and create a cohesive design model with Architects and the wider design team.

This coordinated approach is used in every project to avoid design clashes, while showcasing a 3D representation of the entire building.

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Our in-house BIM team spans across Ireland and the UK, working together with our M&E engineers to produce robust building design.

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Benefits of using BIM:
  • Clear understanding and visualisation of the building for the whole team
  • Added value on-site – more intelligent construction information and linked data on demand
  • Avoid problems – clash detection at early design stage
  • Control building costs – live cost planning; review design changes and access accurate costing
  • Understand running costs – compare building costs & energy requirements for different design options
  • Avoid waste – ordering accurate quantities saves money and avoids waste
  • Better planning – see the construction process virtually and monitor progress against programme
  • Better management – locate all building data in a central database
  • Speed of design – a quick and effective way to visualise the design and build sequence

Other Expertise

IN2 is made up from a highly experienced team of MEP Engineers and support staff. Together we have developed a specialist in-house expertise in Passive Design, Sustainability, Dynamic Thermal Modelling, Airflow Simulation (CFD), Lighting Simulation and BIM. This allows IN2 the capability and experience to deliver outstanding low-energy projects from Conceptual Design, through to Building Handover and beyond.