Summit Engineering uses BIM 3D modeling in structural engineering design.
Summit uses Building Information Modeling (BIM) to model structural engineering projects. Revit ® Structure Building Information Modeling is widely accepted as the premiere 3D modeling software in the structural engineering industry. Revit® is slowly replacing traditional CAD applications. BIM gives engineers the ability to make 3D digital renderings of buildings and other complex structures. The use of BIM engineering software gives structural engineers pinpoint planning information, sets visual expectations and enables successful project outcomes.
The use of BIM engineering software allows for greater predictability and more efficient project completion. With BIM modeling, Summit can link the 3D rendering with the construction schedule so that engineering and construction teams can evaluate construction sequences and plan workflow.
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Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a standard of the Summit Engineering office. Whether you are looking to start a project from scratch or working from a previous BIM design, Summit Engineering has licensed structural engineers who are up to the task.
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