Building Information Modeling

Building Information Modeling (BIM) gives a detailed, 3D view of conceptual designs.

Cutting-edge technology unites the disciplines to prevent pitfalls and maximize efficiency.

Project owners can look at the future through Haskell’s application of Building Information Modeling (BIM). Our teams employ the latest digital technology, as architects and engineers design in software systems that combine the computer-generated 3D modeling and database-driven tools of the Architectural, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry with those developed in the video game industry to create and fully realize conceptual designs. For the professionals involved in a project, BIM enables a virtual information model to be shared by the design team, the construction team and the owner with each professional contributing discipline-specific data to the shared model. Visualization of all aspects of the project in a single environment allows better coordination and development of designs, enhanced clash detection and greater efficiency.

Director – Virtual Construction

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Clarifier tank and process piping

The planning and coordination of the construction interface between the new WWTP and our operating production facility have been very effective. The BC-Haskell team operates in an open and collaborative environment. Design or field construction challenges are addressed in a direct and objective manner with all parties focused on a common goal of successful project delivery and start-up."

Terry Farris
Director of Engineering, Bush Brothers & Company
View from above the exterior storage tanks

The planning and coordination of the construction interface between the new WWTP and our operating production facility have been very effective. The BC-Haskell team operates in an open and collaborative environment. Design or field construction challenges are addressed in a direct and objective manner with all parties focused on a common goal of successful project delivery and start-up."

Terry Farris
Director of Engineering, Bush Brothers & Company

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