Building Information Modeling (BIM)

Building information modelling enables projects to be carried out in less time with higher quality and more cost-effectively.

The most exceptional optimizations lie in the improved coordination and communication within the project. The BIM method offers numerous advantages. Work processes are more transparent, analyses easier and planning errors are identified earlier.

The BIM method is even more advantageous when used in cooperation with several different trades. Improved communication and the ability to work with one central 3D model create excellent opportunities for completing projects in shorter times, with higher quality and better cost-efficiency. Building Information Modeling is becoming increasingly vital for modern construction projects. Not only does it provide a digital representation of a building project, it also facilitates greater levels of collaboration and interoperability within the design environment.

Building Information Modeling Services (or BIM Services as they commonly known) covers a range of elements including geometry, graphical information, spatial relationships, product/material information and quantity information. As such the use of a BIM model is not merely restricted to architects or design engineers and is also useful to project management, cost management, manufacturing and construction teams and also the facilities management teams who are the eventual owners of such models.

AlRiham supports customers with implementing the BIM method through practically-oriented workshops. These workshops form the foundation for the successful implementation of interdisciplinary project coordination and communication.

We work keeping in mind Customer Satisfaction as our top most goal, expand partnerships and deliver BIM Services to meet Clients’ financial and operational constraints.


AlRiham Building blocks of a successful implementation of the BIM methodology

We support companies with implementing and successfully utilizing the BIM method. A range of workshops and seminars that build on each other have been developed for these purposes.

  • BIM – what is BIM
  • BIM – politics / laws
  • BIM – ROI
  • big BIM – little BIM
  • open BIM – closed BIM
  • Kick-off event
  • Shared understanding
  • Strategic decision on a management level
  • Determining the essentials
  • Project participants
  • Infrastructure
  • Knowledge level
  • Client information request
  • Timeline development
  • Training configuration
  • Tool usage
  • Coordination
  • Schedules/Deadlines
  • Project participants
  • Requirements
  • Technical implementation
  • Work-independent project view
  • Shorten the introduction of the BIM method
  • Higher process quality
  • Participate in completed BIM projects
  • Distribution of the models
  • Authorizations
  • Approvals
  • Working areas
  • Views
  • Working within a model structure
  • Integrating individual work requirements
  • Introduction to AIA (client information request)
  • Communication and documentation
  • Server technology
  • Coordination in the cloud
  • Mobile data
  • Optimization of work processes
  • Integration of external companies
  • Integration of external software
  • Use of mobile data
  • Developing individual families and views
  • Defining analyzable parameters
  • Work process optimization
  • Integrating external companies
  • Integrating external software
  • Utilizing mobile data
  • Parameter allocation to model elements
  • Transfer to RIB iTWO 5D
  • Quantity determination and specification creation
  • Work process optimization
  • Increasing the model quality
  • Optimized data continuance (tendering/facility management)
  • Fulfilling AIA (client information request)
  • Content creation
  • Extension of functionality
  • Support
  • Keynotes
  • Work process optimization
  • Increase the speed of project implementation
  • Increase expertise
  • Networking


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