Building Information Modelling (BIM) is used for creating and managing digital
information during the planning, design, construction, and operations process.
BIM combines multi-disciplinary data from engineers, architects, owners and
contractors to produce detailed digital representations that are managed in an
open cloud platform for real-time collaboration.
Existing condition modelling
Coordination & Clash Detection
Schedules/ Quantity takeoff
Visuals – Images, Flythrough
BIM adoption Benefits
Improves team collaboration and workflow efficiency
Reduced risks through efficient coordination & clash detection
Cost savings on overall design and construction
Reduces rework by utilizing BIM Technologies
3D modeling leads the way for easy visualization
Asset information beyond construction
Overall Benefits to Atkins
Overall Benefits to our Clients
Improved design quality
Reduced internal costs
Increased speed of delivery
Improved project efficiency
Competitive tender returns
Improved asset information
Improved whole life costing
Improved project visualisation
Why should business adopt BIM now?
Any engagement with the construction industry will soon only be via BIM!
The UK Government has mandated the requirement for all public sector projects must be designed and built using ‘Collaborative Level 2 BIM’ in 2016
The Digital Built Britain strategy describes the BIM Level 3 approach by 2025
Most of our competitors have already adopted BIM in most aspects of their businesses.