BIM Levels


elec calc™ BIM: Maturity Model and BIM Levels

BIM is becoming a global language for the infrastructure and construction sector, enabling greater collaboration and movement of capabilities across borders.


BIM Maturity Level

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a very broad term that describes the process of creating digital information about a building or other facility such as a bridge, highway, tunnel and so on.


BIM Level 3 and Change Management

In the report the government gives some objectives crucial to Level 3 BIM: • The creation of a new set of open data standards for easy sharing of data across the entire market • The ...


Back to Basics & Performance Measurement

The perspectives on what BIM means; The ways that organisation’s capability stages are likely to be accurately measured; Key elements of BIM’s capabilities that necessarily need to be measured as well as the factors constituting ...

BIM News

How BIM Transformed Building Construction

BIM has been reshaping the global construction industry for a decade with new technologies to analyze workflow and simulate building conditions.


What is BIM, and How is it Implemented in Contracts?

Building information modelling (BIM), otherwise known as virtual design or digital engineering, has become one of the most complex and controversial topics in the Australian construction market in recent years.

White Papers

The ‘why?’ of implementing BIM on technical projects across ARCADIS.

ARCADIS’ EU BIM committee has published a whitepaper that addresses the ‘why?’ of implementing BIM on technical projects across ARCADIS.

Market Research

BIM promotes collaboration

Following a recent BIM Working Group held by Beale & Company, Andrew Croft and Natalie Ledger identify some of the legal issues arising from the use of BIM and explore some of the methods of ...


BIM – Big Data, Big Value

Having been involved in quite a few construction projects delivering the telecommunications and network infrastructures I have seen some monumental misinterpretations of 2D drawings that have added considerable cost to various aspects of the construction ...


BIM Levels Explained

The concept of ‘BIM levels’ (and ‘BIM level 2 compliance’) has become the ‘accepted’ definition of what criteria are required to be deemed BIM-compliant, by seeing the adoption process as the next steps in a ...