Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a collaborative work methodology for the creation and management of a construction project from its conception until the end of its useful life. Its objective is to centralize all project information in a digital information model created by all its agents.

This working methodology is based on a 3D model where other types of data are provided, such as time, constellation, environmental data or its own maintenance.

So it is logical to think that the more complete and precise the base model, the more complete and efficient the modeling of all this information will be.

Thanks to the use of the terrestrial laser scanner, we can capture three-dimensional information of any building or installation and obtain very precise three-dimensional models in Revit for its use in such purposes.

The results will be compatible with the main sofwares of the market, such as Revit, AECOsim and Archicad.

This methodology is not exclusive to the architecture or building, but is applicable to other environments:

Civil engineering:

Preliminary project data collection for construction progress, deviation control, As-built and maintenance planning.

Infrastructure works, roads, railways, bridges, tunnels and dams.

Studies of deformation and auscultation of movements:

Measurement of large and complex elements and comparison with previous states.

Periodic measurements for deformation control: dams, bridges, walls, slabs or any critical element.


Scanning of underground and opencast mining operations to control the progress of work, cubication and certifications.