Building Information Modeling (BIM) is the latest widespread solution for architects and engineers throughout the industry. Exclusively used in the design and construction of commercial buildings, BIM includes important characteristics that allow for virtual collision detection and the discovery of construction-related problems before ground is even broken on the project site.

That being said, how does it tie into A/V? In general, knowing what products work best for your project is best known ahead of time. As the foundation to any audio-visual project, we believe it’s important to incorporate as much detail as possible into your plan from the very beginning. See how we’re bridging A/V and BIM in the videos below, and to check out our BIM files currently available, visit our website.


What is BIM? Building Information Modeling in Professional A/V

Professional Audio-Visual Meets Building Information Modeling (BIM)