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Perfect planning with BIM

Schüßler-Plan defined early on the introduction and application of BIM as its corporate objective, anchoring it in its internal and external work processes. Planning using the BIM methodology has been the norm for us in structural engineering for many years. In the field of transport infrastructure, we are actively participating in the establishment of standardised work methods and procedures for the use of BIM in a number of BIM projects for bridges, tunnels, road and rail and through cooperation with universities and research institutes.  Here it is not only a question of procuring new technical equipment but of establishing a new way of looking and thinking.

Digital planning and construction are not only on my daily to-do list. Schüßler-​​Plan realised the potential of BIM at an early stage and is involved in many research and pilot projects – in some cases in cooperation with my department. The practical implementation is a major undertaking for me personally. We need companies like Schüßler-​​Plan to test the digital concept in practice, optimise it and take on commitments at a higher level

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Markus König, Head of the Department for Informatics in Civil Engineering, Ruhr-Universität Bochum

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The use of BIM increases quality in your projects and simplifies the cross-disciplinary exchange of information between all the parties involved in individual processes. Integrated working methods result in improved planning quality. It allows semi-automatic quantity surveying and leads to greater reliability in adhering to costs and schedules. In essence, the main thing that BIM promotes is communication and exchange to achieve a better, deeper understanding of the project and its ramifications. 

In addition, we support you in publicity work by presenting a realistic and understandable depiction of your project by realistic visualisations in the form of images, clips, virtual reality or augmented reality.




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