Adelaide oval


Using building information modelling (BIM) to ensure fail-safe stadia design

River Torrens footbridge

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a process involving the generation and management of data and digital representations of physical and functional characteristics of places and objects.

BIM can benefit developers, designers, owners, occupants and asset managers across the built environment. The benefits of BIM are delivered through being able to manipulate and interrogate the databases that sit behind BIM, bringing:

  • confidence to more complex designs,
  • early cost certainty,
  • faster and reduced-cost design, 
  • streamlined construction, 
  • timely project delivery, and
  • improved performance and cost savings throughout asset management period.

BIM can be used to ensure fail-safe stadium design. Learn more about this below.

Overcoming retrofit limitations with BIM


BIM technology: retrofitting a stadia


Photogrammetry: The power of BIM


Stadia simulation and BIM

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