Real Estate

Single Unit Residential (Bungalow)

A Single-unit house or Bungalow requires consideration of factors such as Lot size, Setback requirements and Surrounding buildings, Architectural style, Natural light and Ventilation, Functionality and Accessibility, Outdoor space, Material selection, Maintenance requirements, Insulation, Orientation, Sustainability (rainwater harvesting, low-flow fixtures, LED lighting, etc). BIM offers numerous benefits for Single-unit bungalow designs, including Improved visualization, Enhanced collaboration, Clash detection, Accurate quantity estimation and Efficient construction documentation.

Multi Unit Residential Group Housing

Group Housing consists of sections like Entrance and Lobby areas, Residential units, Common areas, Corridors and Hallways, Service areas, Outdoor spaces, Security features, Community facilities, Accessibility features, Aesthetic and Decorative elements. With the BIM methodology, it is possible to reduce losses and rework, reduce budget gaps, have optimized construction solutions, optimize design times, monitor the project during its construction phase, have realistic quantifications and generally, greater predictability. BIM also helps in the fast production of construction documentation.

High Rises / Tall Buildings

They are Multi-storey buildings that require mechanical systems for Vertical transportation, such as Elevators. They also need complex MEP services such as the Smoke exhaust, BMS and Automated fire sprinkler system with dedicated fireman’s elevators based on the occupants. Refuge floors are also added on every specific floor for fire evacuation. The Curtain wall / Facade design is also critical for the wind tunnel analysis. BIM is required extensively for the coordinated complex services with the core and shell of the building and Facade design.

Landscape for Real Estate

Landscape for Real Estate comprises elements such as Plantings, Planter beds, Pathways, Driveways, Kerbs/Curbs, Compound gates, Outdoor seating areas, Water features, Hardscapes, Lawn areas and Fences/hedges. Services include a Drainage system, Irrigation system, Water supply system, Electrical and lighting, Outdoor fire system (fire hydrants) and Water treatment plant/Septic tank/Soak pits/Rainwater harvesting tank. BIM helps visualize and plan accurate 3D models, which detects the clashes and avoids project errors and delays. BIM generates detailed construction documentation directly from the model.

IT Park/ SEZ

IT Park is a new-age concept for a large space economic zone, consisting of multiple high-rise buildings and a complex design with different spaces from the operational point of view. IT Park project consists of spaces like Offices, Coworking spaces, Conference rooms, Lobbies, Receptions, MEP room spaces, Food and Beverages spaces, Front of House (FOH), Back of House (BOH), Basements, Hardspace and Softspace, Recreational zones, Security offices, Amenity areas which require thorough coordination during the design stages with various services to support during the construction and operation phase.

Residential Interiors

Residential Interior design aspects include Space planning considering Furniture placement, Traffic flow and functionality, Colour scheme, Lighting (both natural and artificial), Materials and textures, Furniture and accessories according to design theme, Storage solutions, Art and decor, Safety considerations, etc. Residential Interior design requires a balance between functionality, aesthetics, and the homeowner's individual preferences and lifestyle.

Corporate Interiors

BIM enhances the design process by providing accurate 3D Visualization, Space planning, Material selection, Lighting design and Cost estimation. It helps to create functional and aesthetically pleasing residential interiors while improving collaboration and communication throughout the project. The project also consists of various spaces like Open Workspace, Meeting and Conference Rooms, Breakrooms and Cafeterias, Library or Quiet Zones, Atriums and Common Areas, Recreational Centers, Security and Receptionist Areas, Green Spaces and Outdoor Areas.


Facade Design

Facade design is divided into several sections or components: Exterior Cladding, Glazing and Windows, Architectural Features, Sun Shading and Solar Control, Sustainability Elements, Structural Considerations, Accessibility and Entryways, Lighting and Illumination, Maintenance and Durability, Safety and Security, Historical and Cultural Considerations. Each of these sections is crucial. Hence, BIM allows for parametric modeling, so the changes made to one aspect of the facade are automatically reflected throughout the model. BIM also automatically detects clashes between Facade elements and other Building systems, such as HVAC, Electrical, or Plumbing.

Commercial Office Building

Commercial office building projects have challenges and concerns regarding Plan layout, MEP Services and Space utilization. The commercial office buildings consist of lobby areas, Retail spaces, office spaces, AHU Rooms, Lifts, Basements, OHT/UHT and parking spaces, which require coordination at the design stage to minimize clashes, optimum designs and budgets.

Plotted Development

There are several key sections or aspects to consider when designing a plotted development: Plot Layout, Road Network, Open Spaces and Amenities, Landscaping and Greenery, etc. BIM enhances efficiency, collaboration and decision-making throughout the planning, design, construction and management phases of plotted development projects. BIM also allows Master Planning and Site Analysis by digitally representing the entire plotted development site. It also helps to create 3D cadastres and digital land records, enhancing land administration and providing an accurate representation.



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