Designed for Building Owners and their
FMO teams, the BIMFMi solution allows
you to receive the information you need
to operate your facility at handover.

Transform the handover process

BIMFMi is a cloud-based platform that consolidates your building’s data and documentation into a single, trusted location. It ties critical asset information – warranties, asset IDs, and O&M manuals – to BIM data in an easily accessible database. This allows you to sort, filter, and search through design and construction data as it is created in the project lifecycle. It also means that at handover, you have a complete data set that can continue to be maintained in the cloud or transferred directly into your CAFM/CMMS system.



Building information for the whole life cycle

Manage assets effectively
from day one

Receive a complete dataset that supports facilities management and operations on day one in the cloud, an Excel format or transfer it directly into your CAFM/CMMS.

Improve quality. Share
information faster

Make better decisions. All project stakeholders have access to the required predefined BIM data that they need, when they need it online or via an interactive PDF.

Visualize your
model data

Easily compare critical information through the project life cycle. Have a clear picture at the end of design of what assets will require maintenance, their location, accessibility, and replacement routes.

Let data drive every decision

Trusted by designers, contractors, and owners to provide instant insight into the building data. Spot problems before construction. Assess whether deliverables match specifications. Plan for building maintenance in advance.

Building data, from any
project member, anytime

Bring multiple Revit models together in the cloud. Using any browser, all members of the project team, can view and add to an intuitive, consolidated building data set without being a BIM expert. You can also choose to expose different data sets to different users, so users see only the data they need to do their job.

See and understand
your data

Get clear visualizations that turn the most complex data into easily digestible, actionable information. Only want to see HVAC pumps? Want to assess if fire rated walls have matching fire rated doors? Interested in reviewing specific room types? Each user can check provided information against requirements in a simple visual format. Like a PDF it is not editable so there is no risk of damaging the underlying data.

Build a rigorous
QA/QC process

Improve project quality with a proven QA/QC process. Using a consolidated, interlinked PDF, you can easily understand the areas, locations, and types of finishes to be maintained; view and compare information that is typically dispersed across multiple drawing views; find inconsistencies in the data and confirm it accuracy, and much more for a thorough QA process.

Proactively manage your assets

Asset registry data including – PDFs like operations manuals, meta data like asset numbers, and photos like sequence images during construction – are available to the FMO team as they are created by the project team. This allows for effective development of preventative maintenance and warranty management early as information about assets becomes certain with shop drawing approval.

Eliminate asset turnover time

Begin managing your assets on day one. The building data collected within BIMFMi is available at handover the way that you need it. Access it in the cloud, in Excel, in a COBie format or import it directly into your CMMS. No lag time. No manual re-entry of information. No missing pieces of data or documents.

Using BIM to create drawings vs. create data


Knowing what you want out of a BIM process is more important than ever if you want to see the value of the combined efforts of people, processes, and technology.

Understand the difference between using BIM to create drawings versus using BIM to create data.

Vancouver Coastal Health

“Summit BIM’s FMi is powerful tool allowing us to access the datasets throughout the construction phase so we can monitor progress. With FMi and BIM in place, we save hours, effort, and costs by avoiding manual data collection."



We help you implement structured workflows to ensure the generation of
useable building information that facilitates ‘Data driven decision making’.