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TWINGINE magazine for building developers shows you how you can leverage the efficiency potential of your construction projects with the help of modern, digital technologies. Benefit from insights from the industry, learn from best practices and never miss a trend that can move you forward.

BIM in practical use

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Articles from BIM practice

Building Information Modeling is revolutionizing the real estate industry. But only those who use the method correctly can generate added value from it. Insights into practice show how building developers can use BIM to build more sustainably and save money in the long term.

“The real estate sector has a lot of catching up to do in terms of digitization – on the other hand, it can leverage enormous efficiency potential.”

Christian Schunicht, Managing Director of TWINGINE

The innovative side of the real estate industry

Leading through knowledge: Follow the transformation of the real estate industry up close and stay on top of digital trends. The innovations that are driving the industry today will also benefit your projects in the future.

Your professional insights into the real estate industry

What benefits does BIM offer in real estate projects? How do digital twins support building developers? How do real estate professionals make more efficient use of BIM data? The e-book BIM in Practical Use provides answers.

Articles about TWINGINE

TWINGINE’s Building Model Analyzer is changing the way builders can analyze and plan their Real Estate projects. Get exciting insights from industry experts, read interviews with TWINGINE experts, and experience the power of TWINGINE in current use cases.

FAQ for building developers: BIM wiki

What is BIM?

BIM stands for Building Information Modeling. It is a comprehensive method for planning, implementing, and managing real estate projects throughout the entire life cycle of a building.

How does the BIM method work?

BIM is based on the intelligent 3D model of a building that includes all the information relevant to the project. To make effective use of BIM, the various stakeholders involved in the project, such as architects, planners, building developers, and engineers, ideally need to supply their data in digital form.

The consolidation of these project data forms a database that links all the project stakeholders and ensures smooth interaction within the team, enabling projects to be implemented with greater speed and efficiency.

Moreover, the database created using the BIM method makes it possible to optimize planned buildings in terms of costs and sustainability.