Data Build Technologies



BIM Modeling & Services

Data Build Technologies Provide:

Design Coordination and Building Information Modeling (BIM) Services

Coordinated Construction Shop Drawings using BIM

As-Built drawings production using traditional red-line drawings

Point Cloud Modeling Services through 3D scanning technology

BIM & Project Visualization

BIM Modeling services are an essential aspect of modern construction and building design. BIM (Building Information Modeling) is a digital representation of a building’s physical and functional characteristics, which facilitates seamless communication and collaboration between project teams. BIM modeling services can help to streamline the building design process, reduce errors and rework, and ensure that construction projects are completed on time and within budget.


Big Advantage

By leveraging BIM modeling services, businesses can gain a competitive advantage in the construction industry. BIM enables stakeholders to make more informed decisions about building design, construction, and operation, which can result in higher quality buildings, reduced waste, and improved energy efficiency. With BIM, stakeholders can visualize the project in 3D, identify and resolve potential issues before construction begins, and optimize the use of building materials. BIM modeling services can help businesses to improve their overall project performance, reduce risk, and enhance their reputation for delivering high-quality construction projects.

What is Point Cloud Modeling Services?


Point Cloud Modeling Services through 3D Laser scanning technology enables the creation of highly detailed and accurate 3D models of physical objects or spaces. This cutting-edge technology has revolutionized the way we approach Building Information Modeling (BIM) projects by providing an efficient and precise method of data collection.

State-of-the-art 3D scanners are used to capture high-resolution images of the building’s exterior and interior. The Point Cloud Modeling services are ideal for a wide range of industries, including architecture, engineering, construction, and manufacturing. Using advanced 3D scanners, millions of data points are captured to create a comprehensive digital representation of a physical space or object. This data is then processed using specialized software to create a highly detailed 3D model that can be used for a range of purposes, including as-built projects, renovation, and refurbishment of existing buildings,

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Architectural BIM

What are the key benefits of Point Cloud Modeling Project?


One of the key benefits of Point Cloud Modeling services is the accuracy and level of detail that can be achieved. This level of detail allows for greater accuracy in measurements and calculations, enabling more precise planning and design. It also enables our clients to visualize their projects in a highly realistic way, facilitating better communication and collaboration between stakeholders. Such an approach would save time and money by avoiding costly mistakes and rework in the project.

Cloud Modeling services also enables a cost-effective and efficient method of data collection, reducing the time and resources required for traditional methods such as manual measurements or 2D drawings. They also provide greater flexibility in design and planning, allowing for adjustments and modifications to be made quickly and easily.Top of Form

Who uses Scan to BIM/Point Cloud BIM Modeling?


Point cloud modeling is mainly used in architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industries to create accurate 3D models of buildings, roads, and other infrastructure. These models can be used for design visualization, project coordination, and construction planning, historical structure, building restoration & refurbishing.

Scan to BIM


BIM (Building Information Modeling) is a collaborative digital process that involves creating and managing 3D models of building designs, as well as collecting and integrating data about various building components and systems throughout its lifecycle, from conception to demolition. BIM allows for improved coordination, communication, and analysis among various stakeholders involved in a construction project, including architects, engineers, contractors, and owners.

BIM is used in construction projects to improve collaboration, coordination, and communication among stakeholders, as well as to enhance design quality, reduce errors, and optimize construction and operation costs.

  1. Improved collaboration and communication: BIM enables all stakeholders to work together more effectively by providing a common platform for sharing information and resolving issues collaboratively.
  2. Enhanced design quality and accuracy: BIM allows for the creation of more detailed and accurate designs, reducing errors and rework during construction.
  3. Cost savings: BIM facilitates cost estimation and optimization, reducing waste and increasing efficiency in project delivery.
  4. Better project management: BIM provides better visualization and simulation capabilities, enabling better project management and decision-making.
  5. Sustainability and energy performance: BIM allows for the analysis and optimization of a building’s sustainability and energy performance, resulting in more efficient and sustainable buildings.

The cost of implementing BIM in a construction project can vary depending on several factors, such as the size and complexity of the project, the level of BIM implementation, and the software and hardware required. BIM can even result in cost savings by optimizing construction processes and reducing errors and rework. Additionally, there are various BIM software options available at different price points, ranging from free to expensive, to cater to different project requirements and budgets.

Some of the commonly used software tools include:

  1. Autodesk Revit: A popular BIM software used for designing, modelling, and documenting building projects.
  2. ArchiCAD: A BIM software tool used for designing, modelling, and documenting architectural projects.
  3. Tekla Structures: A BIM software tool used for designing and detailing steel and concrete structures.
  4. Navisworks: A BIM software tool used for coordination, 4D simulation, and clash detection.
  5. BIM 360: A cloud-based BIM software tool used for collaboration, document management, and project management.
  6. Vectorworks: A BIM software tool used for architectural and interior design, as well as landscape design.
  7. Bentley AECOsim Building Designer: A BIM software tool used for designing, modelling, and analyzing building projects.

These software tools offer various features and functionalities to cater to different project requirements and user preferences.

CAD to BIM feature refers to the process of converting 2D CAD (Computer-Aided Design) drawings to 3D BIM models, allowing for better visualization, coordination, and analysis of building projects.

Scan to BIM feature refers to the process of creating 3D BIM models from 3D laser scans or point clouds of existing buildings or structures, enabling accurate and detailed as-built documentation and renovation or retrofitting planning.

Point Cloud BIM refers to the use of 3D laser scanning technology to capture accurate and detailed measurements of existing buildings or structures, which are then used to create 3D BIM models for renovation, retrofitting, or facility management purposes.

“Scan to BIM” and “Point Cloud BIM” are related terms used in the context of creating accurate 3D BIM models of existing buildings or structures. While “Scan to BIM” focuses on the process of creating BIM models specifically from 3D laser scans, “Point Cloud BIM” encompasses the broader use of point cloud data in creating BIM models, which may also include data from other sources such as photogrammetry or lidar scans.

The major advantage of Scan to BIM in the construction industry is the ability to create accurate and detailed 3D BIM models of existing buildings or structures, enabling better renovation or retrofitting planning, accurate as-built documentation, and improved facility management.

  • Dubai International Airport Expansion. Scan to BIM was used to create a 3D model of the airport’s Terminal 1, enabling better coordination and planning for the expansion project.
  • The Museum of the Future, Dubai: Scan to BIM was used to create a detailed 3D BIM model of the complex geometries of the building’s façade.
  • Abu Dhabi International Airport Midfield Terminal: Scan to BIM was used to create accurate as-built documentation of the existing terminal building, enabling better coordination and planning for the construction of the new midfield terminal.
  • Dubai Metro Red Line Extension: Scan to BIM was used to create accurate as-built documentation of the existing metro stations, enabling better coordination and planning for the extension project.

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