What is BIM?

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is an intelligent 3D model-based process that equips architecture, engineering, and construction professionals with the insight and tools to more efficiently plan, design, construct, and manage buildings and infrastructure.

“The beauty of BIM is that we can get rid of the walls between design, engineering, and construction. We have to get the governments to understand and contracts to include shared risk all through the project. We’re trying to educate people, because that’s where we’re going to really unlock the value of BIM.”

– Neil Evans, director, Strategy and Business Development, SMEC (Australia)

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Make more informed design decisions, build more efficiently and cost-effectively, and manage and maintain buildings with greater ease using BIM.


Reduce waste and increase profit margins with tools that help contractors and subcontractors plan better, produce results faster, and finish projects on budget.


Use BIM in any type of civil infrastructure project to create visualisations for stakeholder approval, develop 3D models to identify problems before hand-off, and deliver projects on time and on budget.


Start projects faster, collaborate across disciplines, and develop intelligent 3D models for both the inside and outside of industrial buildings and plants.

Tools & Guides

Getting Started Guide

The Getting Started Guide is a Quick Reference Guide that helps you to run your first BIM pilot.


Interoperability Guide

This free, step-by-step guide walks you through using AutoCAD in an Autodesk Revit project.


Deployment Workbook

The Autodesk® BIM Pilot Deployment Workbook is a step-by-step guide to launching a BIM pilot.


“The efficiencies and speed I’ve gained by using BIM allow me to be competitive with my fees and spend more time on design.”

– Davey McEathron, Principal, Davey McEathron Architecture