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Architects and planners

Architects and planners
“I want the most innovative solution for efficient planning and execution of projects”

More than 90% of planners confirm that essential information is not available to them when desired. The increased coordination during the BIM process gives all stakeholders – including architects and planners – access to the desired data at the right time. BIM’s innovative, coordinated, cross-disciplinary design use cases give architects and planners a unique differentiating factor.

A comprehensive approach to meeting architects’ and planners’ needs

As industry demands increase, so does the pressure on planners and architects to deliver buildings with innovative features on time and within budget.

 

Siemens specialists assist our partners over the complete lifecycle in establishing BIM. We facilitate the whole process with our long-standing experience as a building technology and solutions provider. Siemens is on the forefront of providing BIM-data-enriched products in the building technology field.

 

With the right people, technology and services, we help to efficiently design, build and manage projects.

Improve your business with Siemens Building Technologies

Facility managers and operators
“I want to be able to continuously optimize building performance and achieve operational efficiency”

BIM objects

BIM objects enable the accurate planning and analysis of the digital design. Beyond that, they provide the static data that forms the basis for operational efficiency. All stakeholders benefit to varying degrees from our extensive range of BIM-data-enriched objects, which contain essential information like interdependency, interactions, geometry, classes and attributes relations.