Depending on their design and purpose, Parks can be divided into different sections or zones like Recreational Areas (Playgrounds, Sports Fields, Skate Parks), Gathering and Social Spaces (Picnic Areas, Amphitheaters, Event Lawns), Nature and Greenery (Walking Trails, Botanical Gardens, Natural Areas), Water Features (Ponds and Lakes, Fountains, Streams and Waterways), Streams and Waterways, Cultural and Educational Areas, Dog Parks, Sensory Gardens, Wildlife and Habitat Zones, Fitness Zones. BIM facilitates the integration of various building systems, such as HVAC, electrical, and plumbing. This ensures that these systems work seamlessly together.
Roof top Garden
Rooftop Gardens, also known as Green Roofs, is an innovative and sustainable architectural feature that involves cultivating plants, trees, and vegetation on the roofs of buildings. These gardens include Vegetation Zones, Planters and Containers, Pathways and Walkways, Seating Areas, Water Features, Garden Structures, Energy-Efficient Components, View Points and Vantage Points and Edible Gardens. BIM can assist in identifying potential risks and hazards in the design phase, facilitating LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Certification.