We offer a range of design services from feasibility through concept and construction detailing to hand over. Our clients include private individuals, charities, government organisations, financial institutions.
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Meta Architects provide BIM outsourcing for the AEC industry worldwide. We have been delivering BIM related projects for over 10 years.
Architectural design involves a wide array of stakeholders. Building Information Modelling gives all stakeholders the tool to coordinate and collaborate through one model. Collaboration improves the ability to illustrate design intent to the client. It succinctly identifies and resolves design conflicts, offering savings in design time and potential costs. Throughout the schematic design and design development phases, BIM is used to design and develop a 3D model. The entire project team, including the client, can review the model in real time at any stage.
Construction documents can be generated in BIM, using the 3D model as the guiding framework. The collaborative and highly detailed nature of BIM further reinforces its credibility as an invaluable tool in the architectural and construction industries. Clash detection software analyses the model in real time to ensure all disciplines are coordinated; the end result is a deeper understanding of the facility’s design and a clear of the vision for the project.
The digital model can also be used by facility owners as an operations and management tool throughout the building’s life cycle. Owners can perform further building performance analysis to assess energy performance, manage operations and maintenance, maintain the asset and equipment inventory and perform remote monitoring.
To achieve successful implementation of a large-scale developments, multiple stakeholders must prudently conduct master planning because decisions made in the early stages have the greatest level of influence on the project. We have executed Master Plans in the United Kingdom, Central and Eastern Europe, the Balkans and Asia.