BIM in construction

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is revolutionising the construction industry by enriching, simplifying and centralising data management. This collaborative tool encompasses the planning, design, construction and management of buildings and infrastructures by modelling all relevant data.


BIM is a smart process that uses digital models to design and manage construction projects. It involves the creation and management of data throughout the building’s lifecycle.

1. The benefits of BIM at GSE

  • Collaboration: BIM simplifies collaboration between design and construction teams, promoting better coordination.
  • Reduced errors: BIM models provide an accurate and up-to-date representation of the project, minimising design and construction errors.
  • Immersive visualisation: our BIM models enable 3D visualisation, including of the future building in use.
  • Efficient data & document management: the models centralise all project information and facilitate collaboration between stakeholders.
  • Cost optimisation: BIM reduces operational costs and improves buildings’ energy efficiency.


BIM offers considerable benefits in terms of collaboration, efficiency, cost management and visualisation.

2. 3D visualisation and simulation

Our clients can “visit” their future facility in 3D before the works begin – making it easy to understand the final result and make adjustments.


GSE’s software guarantees a high level of compatibility between the various BIM platforms available.


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3. BIM professions at GSE

GSE has invested in BIM since 2014 and our expertise now enables us to meet all our clients’ specifications. Our BIM know-how delivers high-quality models and ensures smooth utilisation at every stage of the project. Indeed, we’ve developed powerful BIM tools, including a Revit library of over 3,000 objects.


We carry out the BIM integration in-house, to ensure a high-performance project design and to simulate and evaluate various options before construction work begins. This approach identifies potential collisions or conflicts between structural elements and optimises the project’s energy efficiency.