Building Information Modeling Services

Improve project efficiency, reduce costs, and enhance decision-making through data-driven insights with Building Information Modeling (BIM). By digitally representing a building’s design and data, BIM enables seamless collaboration among stakeholders throughout the project lifecycle. 

Evident Architecture Office
Engineered Steel
Rise Concrete
LP Building Solutions
Thermal Air Conditioning
Balfour Beatty

Architectural BIM

Structural BIM

Civil BIM

Mechanical BIM

Electrical BIM

Plumbing BIM


Dimensions of BIM

A BIM Model can be visualized in multiple dimensions. In addition to the 3 Dimensions that are utilized for geometric purposes, additional dimensions can be added to a BIM Model in order to convey important project information.



4D BIM – represents the dimension of time in relation to a project. 4D enables construction sequencing – duration, timeline, and scheduling – to be reflected in a BIM Model.



5D BIM – represents the dimension of cost in relation to a project. 5D enables construction cost estimating, budgeting, management and analysis to be incorporated into a BIM Model.



6D BIM – represents sustainability and energy efficiency in relation to a project. 6D enables the analysis of a buildings energy consumption during initial design stages.



7D BIM – represents facility management and operational maintenance in relation to a building. 7D enables optimized management of assets throughout a building’s lifecycle. 


Levels of Development

BIM Levels of Development (LOD) is an industry standard that defines the various development stages of a project. LOD indicates the level of information and detail that a BIM Model should have based on the phase of a project. It helps project collaborators understand the geometry, level of data, and parameters that a BIM Model must contain.

MAX 360 provides BIM support throughout all Levels of Development.

LOD 100

In LOD 100, or the Pre-Design stage of the model, the geometry of the building elements are not represented. No dimesions, shapes, or exact locations are represented in this stage.

LOD 200

In LOD 200, or the Schematic Design stage of the model, elements are generic placeholders. The components and information within the model are approximate.

LOD 300

In LOD 300, or the Design Development stage of the model, the quantity, size, shape, location, and orientation of the element are graphically represented in the model.

LOD 350

In LOD 350, or the Construction Documents stage of the model, all components in LOD 300 are included as well as other building componenets such as supports and connections.

LOD 400

In LOD 400, or the Fabrication and Installation Detail stage of the model, enough information is included in the model for the fabrication and installation of elements.

LOD 500

In LOD 500, or the As-Built stage of the model, a complete and accurate representation of the building elements are represented post-construction with field verified dimensions.



MAX 360 provides BIM solutions to AEC Professionals in all disciplines.









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