BIM for Prefabrication & Modular Construction

MAX 360’s BIM services are designed to streamline planning, design, and construction processes by creating precise digital models that represent the physical and functional aspects of a building. Specifically, for prefabrication and modular construction, MAX 360’s BIM capabilities facilitate the design and documentation of complex components, enabling them to be manufactured offsite in a controlled environment. This approach significantly reduces construction timelines and minimizes waste, ensuring projects are completed faster, more efficiently, and with a higher quality of construction.

BIM is the backbone of modular and prefabricated construction. From creating detailed 3D models to prefabrication files, MAX 360 brings significant value to any prefab project.

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BIM for Prefabrication & Modular Construction

3D BIM Model Production

Prefabrication Files

BIM Coordination

Fabrication Drawings

Installation Drawings

Bill of Materials

Why MAX 360?


The utilization of MAX 360’s BIM expertise as it relates to prefabricated and modular construction offers numerous benefits to AEC Professionals. 


Increased Accuracy & Predictability

BIM technology allows for the precise design and prefabrication of building components in a controlled environment, significantly reducing the likelihood of errors and discrepancies during the construction phase. This ensures that components fit perfectly when assembled on-site, leading to smoother construction processes.


Efficiency & Time Savings

By utilizing MAX 360’s BIM capabilities in prefabricated and modular construction, construction can be completed faster. The ability to design, review, and adjust digital models in real-time speeds up decision-making processes. Additionally, manufacturing components off-site while site preparation occurs simultaneously can significantly reduce overall project timelines.


Cost Reduction

BIM helps in identifying potential issues early in the design phase, which can reduce expensive corrections during construction. The efficiency of prefabrication also minimizes waste and optimizes the use of materials, further lowering project costs. Labor costs can be reduced as well, due to the decreased need for skilled labor on-site and shorter construction periods.



Utilizing BIM in prefabricated and modular construction leads to a more sustainable building process. By enabling precise calculation of materials needed, BIM minimizes waste production. Additionally, the controlled environment of off-site manufacturing ensures materials are used more efficiently. These practices contribute to reducing the environmental impact of construction projects.

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