BuilderStorm is proud to offer all the tools you need to demonstrate BIM level 2 compliance – You can view and share common BIM models with your site team and external partners through our platform. BuilderStorm have taken the unprecedented step of offering this feature for a flat fee, meaning you don’t need to purchase extra licences or worry about expensive new hardware. Your team need any device with a browser to be able to view the models; this means they can even view it on a mobile phone in the field without having to download any software or install any apps.
Of course, sharing BIM models is just one facet of the BIM mentality, digital documents, cloud-based software, RFIs and Snags all form part of the correct approach to the BIM strategy. Thankfully, BuilderStorm offers the complete package to manage all your BIM (and non-BIM) projects, ensuring that your sub-contractors and clients know that you provide a robust system for ensuring that the project is delivered on time and on budget.
Clients are already using our software under the BIM directive. Click here to read a blog post by our CEO, where I H B are using BuilderStorm to build a new £18m project in Warrington.
BuilderStorm has a clear plan with regards to our BIM offering; we will always be innovating the software and improving the user experience. We are working very closely with various partners to bring you the next step in BIM technology. With integrated RFIs and Snags to the BIM models becoming the standard – material quantities and clash detection being fully automated.
“BuilderStorm will not stop trying to be innovative and will explore every avenue to offer our new and existing clients a fresh approach to AEC software.”
David Lawrence – BuilderStorm – CEO & Co-Founder
As expected, our BIM solution comes with all the functionality you can expect from our Project Drawings feature, allowing you to share the file, make comments, revisions and track the file activity, users who have viewed, commented and revised the document.
Building Information Modelling – or BIM – is all about providing a common platform known as a Common Data Environment (CDE) that all parties involved with a project can use to work collaboratively from start to finish.
BIM data improves the build process by reducing errors, highlighting issues before they occur and making it easier for different companies to design and resolve different elements of the build.
In 2011, the UK government laid out plans for all of their construction projects over £5million to be BIM compliant by 2016. This proposal was initially led by the UK government’s BIM Task Group which worked with the UK Contractors Group (UKCG) to spearhead the campaign. With the UKCG keen to adopt the new guidelines, it is likely that BIM will soon impact non-government contracts as well and become the industry standard in an effort to improve the industry, increase margins and enable projects to be delivered on time.