Building Information Modelling (BIM)

Building together more effectively through digitisation

BIM is a method of constructing and operating buildings through smart digital tools. It directs all technical and administrative activities through a continuous, integrated and value-added process. A virtual representation of the building is at the heart of this method. Here, all data from the planning and execution phase as well as the facility management are collected and connected to each other. In simpler terms: BIM is a common language for all involved in the creation and operation of a building – and it offers milestones for the project’s improved effectiveness, quality, transparency and flexibility. As a manufacturer of highly customisable system products, Lindner has a wide range of parametric BIM objects for free download. Any planner can implement these smart objects of floor and ceiling systems directly into their building models, and they can parameterise them as necessary within the limits of manufacturing options.

Benefits for planners and architects

  • detailed visualisation of project demands
  • simple simulation and feasibility checks during project planning and execution
  • direct monitoring of quality, budget and schedule
  • early detection of possible obstacles and effective elimination of flaws
  • complete documentation of all executed tasks for a smooth handover

Benefits for builders

  • easy coordination with contractors through shared data
  • accurate pre-planning of all related processes
  • target performance analysis in every phase, with the option of daily updates
  • billing based on works confirmed in BIM
  • intelligent and detailed documentation of the building’s design and technical features for marketing and maintenance