Building Information Modelling (BIM) & Digital Delivery Services

Building Information Modelling & Digital Delivery project management, model design & virtual reality

The Future of Building Information Modelling & Digital Delivery

When we think innovation we think new and original ideas which benefit the greater end goal, but what drives the innovation and creates the opportunity?

With technology advancing with leaps and bounds it critical to be surrounded with the most tech enthusiastic and robust Building Information Modelling design team to allow design innovation to be discovered by both experience and digital skills.

Here at JHA we strive to be at the forefront of engineering technology whether it’s authoring, analytical, collaboration or digital creating software. Our direct project “hands on” approach gaining intimate project knowledge is what allows the JHA Building Information Modelling Team to achieve the above and beyond results that we are quietly but confidently known for.

Our building services Building Information Modelling (BIM) Team specialise in the follow disciplines:

Revit Design
  • Electrical Services
  • Mechanical Services
  • Hydraulic Services
  • Fire Protection Services
  • Audio Visual Services
BIM Project Management
  • BIM Management Plans
  • Clash Detection Reports
  • Chair BIM Coordination Meetings
  • Data Management
  • Construction Sequencing (4D BIM)
  • Model contribution to cost application (5D BIM)
Building Information Model
We provide BIM services from project conception
We provide BIM services from project conception right through to construction and up until handover and beyond. In respects to our model delivery our team can produce LOD 200-300 (design phase) to LOD 400-500 (construction phase) and have experience working directly with the project’s subcontractors maintaining and ensuring the client receives the most out of utilising the industry changing design and constructive technology of BIM.
As part of enhancing the user experience we’ve adapted the use of Virtual Reality as part of our model coordination process, as well as client involvement early on in the design stages. This virtual experience allows the client to make aesthetical design decisions in parallel with the design process ultimately removing the all so familiar ‘bottle neck’ situation, saving time and cost.

Our team uses the current Oculus Rift hardware and VR software bringing the design and user experience to an all new level. It is this use of utilising BIM which will present a greater chance of invoking innovation that we aim for here at JHA.