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We're already a month into 2019, but we're taking a moment to reflect on our progress and success in 2018.  It was a big year, where industry leaders pushed boundaries with cutting-edge building design! And BIM Designs was right there to help bring them to life. Building Information Modeling's three-dimensional, real-time software brings an agile, problem-solving process to construction's plumbing, mechanical, and electrical challenges, like obtuse angles and curved lines called for by modern architecture.  Every day, we're merging the tech mindset with construction industry practices to help build the future.

Here are a few of the highlights of our 2018, with many more exciting projects and opportunities in 2019:

NVIDIA’s New Voyager Building, San Jose, CA

We’ve partnered with plumbing contractor KDS Plumbing of San Jose to bring in our BIM virtual design solutions to the plumbing detailing and modeling for the Gensler-designed massive (750,000 square feet!) triangular facility.

 

Google’s New Caribbean Campus, Sunnyvale, CA, with KDS Plumbing

We’re working with KDS to bring our plumbing and mechanical design - build solutions to Google’s BIG-designed Caribbean campus. This complex will feature two terraced, sod-roofed buildings, each one coming in at over 500,000 square feet.

 

YouTube Headquarters, San Bruno, CA

BIM Designs' design-build process provided constructible plumbing and mechanical piping designs for the William McDonough + Partners and Huntsman Architectural Group designed YouTube headquarters in San Bruno.

 

Facebook Building, Seattle, WA

We worked on the electrical detailing for the Studios Architecture designed 150,000 square foot Facebook Westlake building in Seattle.

 

New Texas Rangers Stadium, Arlington, Texas with TDIndustries

BIM Designs created the plumbing and HVAC detailing. We’re especially proud to report that our Journeymen BIM Detailers turned what would have ordinarily been 10 weeks' work into a 4-1/2 week job, resulting in a significant cost savings in both time and money, especially for a project under a tight deadline to be open to fans for the 2020 season!
 Find out how BIM plumbing, mechanical and electrical design solutions save you time and money on your upcoming commercial construction project.

 

Steve Couch

About the Author

Steve Couch is the Head of Sales and Marketing for BIM Designs, Inc, and is based in Phoenix, AZ. He manages the marketing, sales, and estimating teams to drive revenue and expand client portfolios. An avid international traveler and award-winning public speaker, his experience in public relations, organizational leadership, project management, and communications make him a natural relationship builder, and enables him to build strong community and corporate partnerships.