Benefits of a BIM ready survey
Time & cost savings achieved by delivering straight into a 3D parametric BIM-ready environment.
Reduces errors increases productivity
High accuracy as-built verified survey data
NSW Spatial Digital Twin Ready
Clash Detection (Proposed vs Existing)
Located on survey control and linked to survey
Virtual Reality + Augmented Reality
Please contact Peter for all your BIM needs
Bsc (Hons) (UOW)
A BIM Manager and Technician since 2011, Peter Bellingham
brings a wealth of expertise to the team including solid experience within the architecture and planning industries. He is an experienced engineer, with qualifications from the University of Wolverhampton in Computer Aided Design in Construction, as well as certification in BIM Management from Redstack and BSI Training Academy Certification in Senior Management Briefing.
Peter’s role as the intermediary between designers, clients and architects is crucial to delivering accurate, detailed work in a timely manner. He oversees the production of comprehensive architectural plans, components and materials for construction projects, and is critical to deciding on the applications, workflows and BIM standards the business uses, while working collaboratively with all members of the supply chain.
He plays an essential part in the team to enable the best data driven decisions and outcomes for all stakeholders, as well as implementing best practice procedures to ensure quality control for completeness and adherence to business standards.
BIM is a process of managing building data during its entire lifecycle. BIM is primarily used as a design tool, to allow architects, engineers and builders to coordinate the design and construction of a building digitally before it is even built. Once the building is complete the BIM (Model) is handed over to the building owner to act as a digital copy of the asset. This model contains information on design, construction, logistics, operation, maintenance, budgets and schedules of quantities. This is where Project Surveyors comes in, the majority of existing buildings/assets were constructed prior to the adoption of Building Information Modelling, so all this information is scattered across physical plans, PDF documents and data storage systems; this is without even considering as-built plans which are typically outdated . By utilizing the latest in spatial capture technology, we can document an asset or building and create a Building Information Model for any asset.
Circular Quay Renewal
High definition reality capture was undertaken throughout the Circular Quay Precinct. This included both above and below the suspended decks.
Project Surveyors were engaged to complete a BIM ready survey for Mittagong Station.
Mirvac partnered with Sissons Architects to engage Project Surveyors to carry out a laser scan to BIM survey of the 2.4 hectare site.