Building Information Modeling (BIM)

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Building Information Modeling (BIM) has been gaining popularity over the past several years as the new standard for the design, documentation, and execution of construction projects and more.

BIM is a digital architecture for creating, managing, and visualizing information relating to a facility and using this information to manage the facility through its entire life cycle, right from planning & design to construction & operations. In contrast to earlier software that captured, for the most part, the geometry of a building, BIM stitches together a host of other parameters such as time, cost, manufacturers’ details, sustainability, and maintenance information into one seamless digital framework.

This centralized database of multidisciplinary information allows architects, engineers, real estate developers, contractors, manufacturers, and other construction professionals to collaborate in real time – in effect, to plan, design, and construct a structure or building within one digital 3D model. In so doing it allows users to explore and evaluate the constructability of a project in virtual space and thereby to better predict and manage project outcomes. Subsequently, it enables the design and construction phases – BIM can be used to simulate and analyse potential inconsistencies (clash detection), for identifying the exact location of discrepancies, and also for planning who does what first.

Furthermore, BIM spans into the operations and management of buildings – the availability of rich centralized data enables owners and operators to make informed decisions based on information derived from the model — even after the building is constructed. The precise knowledge of “what is where” and “what is what” transforms the job of the asset owner/operator.

As a result, BIM is now used by individuals, as well as businesses and government agencies who plan, design, construct, operate and maintain buildings and diverse physical infrastructures, such as water, refuse, electricity, gas, communication utilities, roads, railways, bridges, ports, tunnels, factories ….even ships.

Because of its broad applicability across many projects and across their entire lifecycle, not only is the usage of BIM proliferating quickly, but also the tools themselves are evolving very rapidy to cater to new and hitherto unanticipated needs. As BIM professionals we are constantly on our toes to keep abreast of the latest developments so that we can apply them effectively to our clients’ needs.


At TAAL Tech we were early to enter the BIM Services market. As a result, we have worked with a variety of organizations in implementing BIM and have built deep competencies in many facets of this rapidly evolving technology. We work with General Contractors, Design firms and Owners on projects that range from Healthcare to Commercial Spaces and Factories. We can not only help you execute BIM projects but where required we can even guide you and train your staff in the effective adoption and utilization of this technology. Our approach is very hands on. We like to listen to our clients, understand their precise needs and expectations and accordingly plan our actions.

Our goal is to play a lead role in the digital transformation of the AEC industry. We are working with many of the leaders in this space and we are collaborating with them to build digital twins that capture all the reality of the physical world and then relate it to the work done and information required by each of the service providers in this industry be they architects, engineers, contractors, the fabricators or the owners.

Our digital transformation services include BIM, Computational BIM, VR/AR, Prefabrication, Digital construction management, 4D, and Script development. We serve a very diverse group of players in terms of industries as well as disciplines.


Architectural Engineering is at the heart of any construction project as it converts thoughts, aspirations and concepts into reality. Starting from the planning phase BIM can play an integral role in the conceptualization and development of the design. BIM provides a virtual 3D interface for all stake holders to ideate, collaborate and progress. It offers architects more than just a glimpse of the building’s physical features. It creates a shared knowledge resource where architects and collaborators can store all of their ideas and make complex calculations on the fly. Architects can use this powerful workflow environment to design high-performance buildings that are efficient and forward looking.

Our BIM team can develop a virtual construction using an array of inputs, like construction documents, spec sheets, design documents, hand sketches, scanned images, conceptual drawings & models.

Our services:

  • Architecture Revit services
  • Virtual mock-ups & visualization
  • Interior design services
  • Content development
  • Light and daylight analysis
  • Cost and quantity analysis
  • Energy analysis
  • Conflict detection and resolution
  • CD/permit set creation
  • Dynamo automation

general contractors

The task of a general contractor starts with bidding and winning a project. After that it moves to successful execution and handover which means delivering a project on time, and as per specifications while upholding health and safety standards. BIM can play a critical enabling role in all these activities.

BIM allows the contractor’s teams to visualize everything before they build it. It allows them to detect any possible clashes when they’re still on paper — when there is still something they can do about them. It also allows for all trades to properly coordinate and dovetail their work so that no one gets in anyone else’s way.

Our VR teams can create real-life drive-throughs of the job so that both the owners and the contractor’s management teams can see what the eventual project will look like. This process affords all parties the opportunity to anticipate and correct troublesome areas before they translate into costs.

The correct way to implement BIM is to engage with it early in the pre-construction stage. Once a design development set has been done, the BIM process needs to start right away. We use BIM to build one “master” model that includes all trades. Then, after we have completed the “clash detection” part of the process and dealt with all the RFIs, we start building individual trade models. With this approach any changes that, inevitably, come out in the construction document set are relatively simple to handle; we are easily able to modify the model and see how it might impact the job.

Our services:

  • Multidisciplinary clash detection and coordination with 3D Revit BIM modeling.
  • Scan to 3D BIM and Scan to CAD conversion from point clouds.
  • Conversion of 2D drawings to 3D BIM models with constructability review.
  • Extraction of comprehensive shop drawings, fabrication and as-built drawings from coordinated BIM models.
  • Structural 3D modeling through effective visualization to cut down on development and fabrication costs.
  • Reliable and cost-effective precast detailing for columns, beams, frames, etc. for better onsite installation.
  • 4D/5D construction simulations.
  • Accurate MEP quantity take-off’s for BOQ’s and BOM’s to avoid cost overruns.
  • Creation of intelligent parametric As-built 3D models for construction, renovation and refurbishment.
  • Better energy analysis based on 3D models to determine construction sustainability.
  • Visualization, renders and walkthrough for client presentations.
  • Design automation with Revit plugins like Dynamo to enhance BIM model performance.

Mechanical Contractors (MEP)

BIM is an increasingly vital part of the building process. It results in increased labour productivity, increased profitability, better utilization of resources and improved cost performance. The Mechanical Contractors that we work with find BIM an invaluable tool for creating shop drawings, spatial coordination, constructability evaluation, intensive field coordination and much more.

Our services:

  • Mechanical HVAC design & 3D BIM model creation for all trades of MEP/FP
  • Heat load calculations
  • Duct sizing & routing for HVAC systems
  • External static pressure calculations
  • Equipment selection & schedule
  • Pipe sizing, routing and pump head calculations for chilled water systems
  • IFA and IFC drawings
  • Plumbing design and water demand calculations
  • Pipe sizing & routing for water supply systems
  • Layout generation as per standards
  • Hot/Cold water distribution system
  • Selection and schedules of fixtures and fittings
  • Clash coordination
  • Shop drawings and fabrication drawings
  • Equipment detailing
  • Spool drawings
  • Revit family creation
  • Scan to BIM modeling
  • Quantity take-off
  • Dynamo scripting

Electrical contractors

BIM plays an increasingly vital role in electrical contracting. With BIM, electrical contractors can build 3D models of power systems, lighting, duct banks, power feeders, branch circuits, and more. Used properly it has the potential to improve productivity, shrink time-lines, reduce inaccuracies during installation, reduce material consumption, vastly enhance field communications and finally improve maintainability in the hands of the asset Operator.

At TAAL Tech, based on project information such as design drawings, cut sheets, fabrication practices etc., we use 3D BIM modeling software to deliver a data-rich electrical BIM model. Our typical process flow is to create a BIM Execution plan and a Base Model; after that we conduct constructability reviews, perform clash resolution, produce layout sheets and update this model as required. This is a process flow that we have perfected with experience to deliver reliable results time and again.

Our services:

  • Electrical design and load analysis
  • Short circuit analysis
  • Sizing, voltage drop and energy analysis
  • Riser and single line diagrams
  • Creating 3D models of lighting fixtures, MCC panels, DBS, transformers, cable trays, trunk, bus ducts, and raceways
  • Clash coordination
  • Value engineering (suggest alternative routes for running services and relocation of electrical panel and equipment, switchgears, lighting fixtures to reduce material consumption)
  • Modeling the fire alarm system
  • Electrical BIM model walkthrough in Navisworks
  • 2D drawings for conduit, spools, sleeves, power, and lighting
  • Shop drawings and Prefabrication drawings
  • Revit family creation
  • Scan to BIM modeling
  • Quantity take-off
  • Dynamo scripting

Fire Protection contractors

When it comes to Fire Safety quality is of prime importance and concern. BIM and, in particular, the digital work flows BIM enables holds great promise for improving quality in the field of Fire Safety. By ensuring that correct and dependable information flows between the various entities involved in the project and by maintaining an audit trail throughout, BIM enforces a much tighter control on compliance with regulations and standards. In turn it reduces risk and eventual cost for all parties concerned.

At TAAL Tech we have an excellent track record and lots of experience in this area.

Our services:

  • Providing quality constructible shop drawings and 3D models
  • Fire fighting design
  • Sizing & routing for standard pipe
  • Sprinkler & water mist spray system
  • Evaluation of gas suppression & foam systems
  • Layout generation as per standards
  • Labelling
  • IFA and IFC drawings
  • Clash coordination
  • Shop drawings
  • Fabrication and spool drawings
  • Revit family creation
  • Scan to BIM modeling
  • 4D scheduling, 5D estimation, BOM, BOQ
  • Parametric model and library creation of fire protection components
  • MEPFP BIM coordination

Structural engineerS

BIM holds great promise for the field of structural engineering. It can help reduce project lead times and costs; it can also help improve quality and safety compliance.

At its core, BIM provides object-oriented digital representations of buildings in the form of data-rich models that then enable simulation and analysis in virtual space for design, construction and operations. All the information needed for structural analysis, be it geometry, material properties, or loading conditions can be derived directly from a BIM model and transported to a structural analysis tool and back. The BIM tool can also help automate tasks. For instance, if the model contains topographic data it can be used to automatically quantify earthworks.

Most importantly BIM allows for real-time communication up, down and sideways between all the participants in a project. When the designer makes a change it can be immediately seen by the fabricator or the installation professional and conversely if a change needs to be made during installation that information can move up through the same model for the designer to review and approve. In this process data integrity and audit trails are maintained throughout.

Our services:

  • Extended structural BIM services
  • Quantity take-off
  • Dynamo automation
  • Design development coordination for structural engineers
  • 3D modeling for structural engineers


The essential idea behind BIM is to achieve one construction document that everyone can work from – the architects and engineers, the owner, the general contractor, and the various concrete, HVAC, electrical and other subcontractors working on the project. This one document replaces the several sets of building plans a concrete contractor often has to deal with on a job.

One of the biggest benefits of BIM is its ability to catch discrepancies when the architect’s model and structural engineer’s plans don’t match up. You can draw a model of the concrete ahead of time, put all the architectural and structural information in, see the clash points two or three months ahead of time and deal with them right then.

The other advantage is having the opportunity to walkthrough multiple scenarios about how you might build a project, how long it might take, or how much equipment you’ll need. You can see how your resources might flow from location to location. Many projects require multiple crews starting in different areas, resulting in a wide range of outcomes. With BIM you can reduce the time and effort required to analyse multiple scenarios and find ways of improving work flows and productivity

Going further, with 4D BIM you can add information on time and schedule to the model and with 5D BIM you can add cost to the model. In doing so you can create a central time-dependent information model of the project. You can then simulate can what a project will look like on a given date if work is performed as planned. This is especially important when so many projects rely on just-in-time fabrication and delivery.

At TAAL Tech we have worked with a wide range of concrete contractors and learnt to apply BIM tools very effectively to their particular requirements. To find out more about how BIM can make your processes faster and more cost effective call us to schedule a presentation with our experts.

Our services:

  • 3D modeling of precast concrete & reinforcement
  • Concrete lift, formwork & reinforcement drawings
  • Bar bending schedule & logistics
  • 3D modeling of cast in place (CIP)
  • Quantity take-offs (QTO)
  • 4D phasing & monitoring


Construction firms are looking for smarter and more efficient ways for rebar detailing and fabrication. Many of the challenges in this work are to do with the back and forth communication between the design and technical teams. By bringing together the tasks of 3D modeling, rebar detailing, and documentation, BIM simplifies the process and makes it more robust.

TAAL Tech offers BIM services and solutions which are very cost effective, help reduce process time, and ensure efficiency and quality in fabrication.

Our services:

  • Analysis
  • Bar bending schedule
  • Quantity take-off (QTO)


BIM is an invaluable tools for the owners and operators of an asset. It allows owners and operators the possibility of participating in real-time in the design improvement process of their asset. Also, where BIM is built into the design and construction process of a project, the data that is captured and embedded in the digital model makes the handover to the owners and operators seamless; this data then continues to inform and streamline the operations of the asset in the hands of the owner or operator. Alternatively, where a BIM model is not available for an asset it can be created using various tools and techniques so that, once again, it is available as an asset management tool.

We have experience of working with owners and operators across various stages of a project. When we engage early we can have them participate in the design improvement and evolution process through the use of visualization models. We can also then take them them through the handover process so that the owners and operators have all the as-built data and information that is needed for the successful and efficient operations of the asset. We also engage with owners and operators a later stages to analyse and use the data that is being generated by the asset during operations in making informed decisions. We use machine learning and customized algorithms to sift through the data, allow for its visualization, and create dashboards for efficient asset.

If you are an Owner or Operator call us to find out how we can assist you in the use and deployment of BIM.


    The application of BIM brings unique advantages to the field of wastewater treatment. The core strengths of BIM, namely parameterization, visualization, collaboration and simulation are invaluable to each phase of the project.

    Using BIM we can coordinate multiple workflows and design elements into a pre-built visualization that can then be used, for example to peel back roofs, inspect structural elements, examine the plant from multiple angles, and do walkthrough of the entire project — all this before a single 2D blueprint is generated from the BIM models. Having multidisciplinary access to such rich information through a cloud based mobile system means that thousands of coordination man-hour can be saved and errors can be avoided.

    At TAAL Tech we have years of experience in applying to BIM to Wastewater Treatment plants to make the entire process more efficient. If you are working on a Wastewater treatment project we have the experience and the know-how to support you with our BIM expertise.

    Our services:

    • Design & construction
    • Rendering & visualization
    • Clash detection
    • Drawings & documentation


    Data centers are some of the most demanding high-performance facilities. With dense racks, raised access flooring, chiller plants, and backup systems, they use the full potential that BIM has on offer to design, plan, and construct in a digital environment.

    TAAL Tech has worked with multiple clients on Data Centers. We offer computational BIM, 4D BIM, and BIM co-ordination. We can help you optimize space, minimize cost, and tighten schedules. We can also provide you a full VR walkthrough your data center to help you plan out the logistics of construction and anticipate potential operational issues before racks are built.

    If you are working on a data center project as a consultant, general contractor or owner we have the experience and the know-how to support with our BIM expertise.


      The nature of healthcare and the regulatory environment surrounding it is undergoing a rapid change due to the pressures of an aging population. In turn new projects face tremendous pressures of cost and time frames. Our BIM teams with in-depth experience in computational BIM, 4D BIM, and BIM co-ordination, can help you optimize your facilities in terms of space utilization and reduce costs as well as implementation times.

      Moreover, our virtual reality team can help you simulate the actual work environment including nurse stations, patient rooms, hallways, and operating rooms so that everyone’s inputs are taken into consideration before the start of construction.

      If you are working on a healthcare project as an architect, general contractor or a healthcare operator we have the experience and the know-how to support you with BIM expertise.


        Lately there has a lot of interest from the field of plant engineering and plant asset management in the application of BIM. This is not surprising given the unique advantages that BIM has to offer this sector.

        TAAL Tech has worked with a number of leading companies in the plant engineering space including EPCMs, owners and operators in the application of BIM to save costs, prevent schedule overruns and enhance asset management capabilities.

        Given our deep experience in different facets of plant engineering we have a variety of services on offer for this sector:


        We advise companies in deploying BIM across their operations to save costs and increase efficiencies. Experts from our team work with your engineers and managers to train them in the capabilities and the deployment of BIM tools so that you can derive the best results in the shortest time frames.

        BIM services:

        We use BIM co-ordination, BIM for pre-fabrication and 4D BIM to reduce plant construction costs, limit change orders, and deliver projects on time. Using these tools we can assess project risks more accurately and without risking real lives. Furthermore, we can help you use digital environments to pre-fabricate modules for on-site assembly thereby enhancing quality and safety.


        Using Virtual/Augmented Reality models our teams can help you optimize your projects. We can create layouts, complete with hardware, and construction paths in a virtual environment so that your teams and those of the construction professionals can collaborate with each other in the design and build process.

        Scan to BIM:

        We offer scan to BIM services to build information rich models containing location, make, model, specification, maintenance status information that can then be used to optimize the operations and maintenance of the plants.


          The world is inexorably transitioning to urban living. This rapid transition is creating a massive demand for multi-family housing that is cost and energy efficient, and attractive at the same time. BIM offers a unique tool to manage this challenge through the use of collaborative construction techniques that enable super-tight coordination resulting in “first time right” construction as well as cost and time savings.

          We work with architects, designers, contractors, and global construction companies to optimize space and energy usage, solve field issues, manage prefabrication, deliveries, and real-time change instructions so that every penny is used effectively.

          Our services include Generative design, BIM Coordination, 4D BIM, and BIM for Fabrication. In addition we offer VR/AR expertise to create virtual walkthrough using simulated lighting and texture that seek to replicate reality. This VR environment is invaluable not only for those involved in the design and construction process to collaborate but also for Sales and subsequently for asset management.


            In the commercial real estate market we are witnessing a lot of interest in adaptive reuse, coworking spaces, and urban campuses. In each of these sectors the driving motivation is to use space imaginatively, effectively and maximize amenities.

            At TAAL Tech we work with a number of industry leaders in this sector and we engage with them right across the project canvas – from planning and design to construction and handover. In doing so we utilize BIM to bring a unique set of values to the table.

            We use tools such as computational BIM, 4D BIM, and BIM co-ordination to optimize space usage, reduce costs and tighten construction schedules. In addition our VR team works with interior designers, architects, furniture consultants, artwork consultants to create a fully immersive environment for multiple parties to collaborate. We have case studies to showcase the enormous savings that the experienced application of these tools can bring about.

            If you are working with a commercial project speak to us to find out more about what we can do for you.

              AMUSEMENT PARKS

              Along with urbanization there is a growing demand for entertainment options like theme-parks and water-parks. As competition among these businesses increases there is a constant pressure to offer new and innovative rides while simultaneously making sure that safety standards are not compromised in any way. As a result this industry places unique demands on engineers involved in the design process – it takes years of experience to understand the particular needs and aspirations of this industry.

              At TAAL Tech we have years of experience in working with some of the leading names in this industry and we have been developing high quality amusement park solutions for them using the latest technologies and robust design, analysis, and validation processes. It would be fair to say that when it comes to amusement parks and water parks we are a one-stop-shop for all your engineering and BIM requirements. Please call us to schedule a presentation with our technical teams to give you a detailed overview of our capabilities and engagement models.

              Our services:

              • Design & development
              • Verification & validation solutions
              • Production support
              • Product sustenance support
              • Tech-pub & animation


              Because of the sheer size and complexity of civil engineering and infrastructure projects they stand to benefit greatly from the application of BIM. The BIM model starts at the planning and conceptual design stage and continues to build out through the construction phase and through the lifecycle of the asset. Intelligent information is gathered and added to the model.

              BIM tools are designed to cater to all disciplines within the civil engineering industry including road, rail, drainage, utilities and GIS. Also, they apply stages of the project and to all the various stakeholders involved. At the planning stage itself the use of BIM allows infrastructure companies to present initial stage design ideas to stakeholders so they can visually ascertain the impact of potential infrastructure projects. Eventually the data that is collected as the project progresses becomes useful in the hands of the owners and operators as they begin to use asset. Therefore, if used correctly and right from the planning stage the benefits of BIM are enormous.

              TAAL Tech has been involved in multiple large scale infrastructure projects and has garnered a tremendous amount of expertise in the effective application of BIM to infrastructure projects. We have used BIM tools to model complexity and limit risk. We have used VR tools to simulate real life situations and allow stakeholders to collaborate across functions. We have also used scan to BIM tools to create models of existing infrastructure.

              To find out more about what we can do for you or to schedule a detailed presentation with our experts please call or email us.

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