A Guided Journey in BIM
Build workflows, brick by brick
Implementing BIM workflows in your process shouldn't be confusing. Our guides help you understand the pinch points in your current flow and help you revise workflows and processes before transitioning to new tools.
BIM Implementation Services
See through the complexities of BIM
Lasting implementation starts with the right strategy. We holistically evaluate your value chain and find the best paths to implementation for your team.
The root of successful products is a strong team. Our training tailors skills to context. We guide your teams in tools and workflow to achieve the best results.
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Software tools we can help you implement or train on
Implementation Senior Manager
Meet our team
Our team of industry professionals is here to ensure that the reality of your products matches what is supplied in the documentation.
Project examples and case studies of our work
If you've worked on an implementation before, you are probably starting to think that this could be a challenge. We've been through the shift from CAD to BIM years ago at Voyansi due to industry demands. Even new workflows, and other internal tools have need for training, configuration, tailoring, and loading with content. BIM may seem incredibly complex to get right, but the truth is that even small scale organizations or sole proprietorships can leverage BIM.
Our team was called in to help the government of Argentina scan and model 6500 houses as part of an effort to bring infrastructure services to Barrio 31. A BIM workflow was a clear necessity. With over 6500 structures to survey, measure, and model, even a marginal workflow improvement could lead to massive time savings. We saw this project as a good opportunity to put our abilities to the test on creating a platform that could:
A work from home option for Revit. Learn how we have implemented Revit Server for our internal teams and can help your organization roll it out to work collaboratively even if you can't physically make it to the office.