A winning BIM strategy serves two masters:
today and tomorrow. We work closely with
Owners and their Facility Management teams
to ensure that the BIM data created today is
closely aligned with – and helps propel – their
overall strategy for tomorrow.

Create an outcome-focused BIM strategy

The promise of BIM is that project data can reside in a model and can be extracted by anyone, in a form, for every purpose. The reality is that the usefulness of that data is dependent on what has been entered. We help Owners develop a clear set of BIM specifications for their projects that outlines what is to be delivered by whom and when.


A BIM strategy for today and tomorrow


Link your BIM strategy to your overall
facility goals to increase the value
of your building data.


Improve your overall BIM strategy today, by using discrete projects to establish and launch BIM specifications.

Align the
project team

Complete BIM specifications ensure project team members are working in harmony to support the facility’s data goals.

Clarify and communicate

In a series of collaborative workshops, we explore how BIM data could be used to drive QA during design, reduce risk during construction, and inform the operation and maintenance of the finished building. The resulting BIM specifications plan ensures that robust, quality data is generated throughout the project.

BIM strategy

We bring stakeholders together in a series of structured, interactive workshops to understand and capture the project-specific goals and downstream uses of the building data. This dialogue assesses existing standards, processes, and protocols; identifies the assets to be tracked and transferred to FMO; and develops a clear understanding of the potential risks.

Optimization of

Organize, simplify, and prioritize. We help you align goals and organize and prioritize risks, benefits, and work effort in response to the potential goals and uses identified in the strategy assessment. We will also define the degree of accuracy required between the design models and the actual built facility and establish how this will be controlled throughout the process.

Addressing the

We bring stakeholders back together to review the findings and, through collaboration, establish the BIM goals and uses for this project, define agreed workflows, processes and protocols. Once established, we will issue the BIM Requirements for your project to reflect the agreed state.


“To many people, Building Information Modeling is synonymous with 3D modeling. But BIM goes deeper. Like an iceberg, 90% is below the surface and this is where the true value lies, in the data that drives the process. Exposing and using this data allows BIM to reach its full potential.”



Our team of innovative thinkers, drawn from architecture and engineering,
can't wait to help you define a BIM strategy the meets your organization's goals.