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Our Services

HVAC Services

Planning of technical installations (all trades of KG400 according to DIN 276) from LPH1 (basic evaluation) to LPH9 (object supervision) in conventional manner and in accordance with the latest BIM methodology.

We will support you in every phase of your project and handle all orders quickly and accurately.

BIM Modeling and Engineering

Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP), architectural modeling, building condition surveys

Our qualified and motivated employees support you with the conversion of 2D drawings into 3D models.

BIM Consulting and Management

Project Setup, BIM Execution Plan (BEP), BIM Employer’s Information Requirements (EIR), Guidelines, Workflow and modeling standards, family standards, BIM-Templates

Our know-how and experience will help you to achieve your goals faster.

3D Laser Scanning

Building and installation status with 3D laser scanning and integration in BIM and REVIT.

We digitize your buildings, so you can further improve it according to your needs in the future.

Software Development

Development of software products related to the design of building installations.

We support you in the realization of your projects in DevOps, Scrum as well as for all common programming languages and frameworks to ensure your project success.


In training courses and workshops, we train you in cooperation with TÜV to become a BIM manager, BIM coordinator or BIM engineer.

Our learning concepts range from 2 days to 12 weeks. Benefit from our decades of experience and invest in your digital planning competence now!

Clash Detection and Coordination

We care that your BIM model is free of clashes and collisions. Benefits of this service are truly visible on the construction site of your building.

Construction Supervision

With our construction supervision, we ensure that the planning on the construction site is implemented 100%.

IT Services & Support

Our agile IT team supports you with all IT issues in your company and ensures a smooth operation.


Successful projects – satisfied customers

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Change through Applied Art and Digital Transformation

We live in a time of transformation. A present in which we firmly preserve all that the past has produced and believe with conviction in all the possibilities that the future may hold. We had the honor to be a direct link between the past and the future during our collaboration with MAK – Museum of Applied Arts.

The MAK has started the modernization of the inventory, with the aim of optimizing the coordination of the spaces and the technical installations. And that’s where our creative forces found each other, in the creation of a completely new, virtual but familiar place, using 3D scanning technology with 360° photo documentation.

We can definitely say that the MAK theme of “change through applied arts” combines well with our “change through digital transformation”, with both approaches having a very positive impact on the social and cultural spheres.

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BIMEXPERTS - BMW Office Building


Technical building planning to the point: The new BMW Office Building in Munich is a good example of how construction projects benefit from the use of BIM. We provided our engineering and closed BIM native services to the trades HKLS on schedule, cost-efficiently and transparently for all project participants.

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BIMEXPERTS - Bogenhauser Tor BTI München


The Bogenhausener Tor BTI Munich not only creates architectural accents for Munich. It is also a showcase project from a planning point of view: We provided our services for the HVAC systems in engineering with Closed BIM (Autodesk Cloud) and were able to score points with the client and project partners with our reliable working methods.

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BIMEXPERTS - Siemens Zug Office


With the Siemens office building in Switzerland a perfect place to work was created. Our services for this new building included engineering and closed BIM (Autodesk Cloud) for the MEP trades. A showcase project for us and the company’s solutions.

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BIM is an abbreviation and stands for “Building Information Modeling”: A digital planning process to start a complete construction project, which contains all relevant information and from which up to 7 dimensions (in addition to spatial dimensions, also time, costs, life cycle and facility management) can be derived. Building data is “modeled” across all trades. The end product of the BIM process is a digital 3D model or digital twin, which integrates architecture, statics and the technical building equipment.

BIM ensures clearly defined planning and construction processes, maximum transparency and cost certainty. It also significantly reduces errors and the resulting additional costs (collision detection). Communication among all project participants is more efficient and result-oriented. The current construction progress including the currently required budget can be called up easily and quickly. The 3D models and the associated better illustration also make it easier to obtain official approvals. Furthermore, the client generates learning paths for future projects.

The data sovereignty is incumbent on the building owner. Thanks to precise data quality at every stage, BIM provides a sound basis for decision-making and can be used from planning to utilization and facility management. Errors can be avoided and thus costs saved.

BIM starts with raising awareness: identifying possible improvements in processes and related optimizations. This awareness must be shared within the company and at the same time among all the players involved in the construction process.
We recommend a step-by-step implementation of BIM:

  1. Setting the BIM goals in the company
  2. Set up the processes within your organization
  3. Correct updating of the software
  4. Training of engineers and architects
  5. Creation of the OIR (Organizational Information Requirements) and BEPs (BIM execution plan) For this purpose, we also offer our BIM consulting.

This is where you have to put things into perspective. At the beginning, BIM naturally involves higher investment costs. But on the other hand, very high and precise planning and data quality is already available in the early phases of the project, which only needs to be adjusted slightly in the later phases (e.g. implementation planning). The BIM methodology is therefore an investment from which one profits in the long term and saves costs.

“Big BIM” refers to the interdisciplinary cooperation of all partners involved in the planning, execution and utilization of a structure and their software tools from different manufacturers. This is currently still largely a vision, but is already being practiced in subareas such as design and execution planning between structural and building services planners.

“Little BIM” refers to the use of BIM as an “island solution” within a company or a planning discipline and a software solution from one manufacturer.

Due to the predominant division of labor in Germany and a small-scale, heterogeneous corporate structure within which several offices work on a project with different software tools, interdisciplinary cooperation with powerful interfaces is required. After all, a wealth of information in different data formats is generated from the conception, planning, construction, use and management to the dismantling of buildings.

In order to be able to manage, document, archive and exchange this information efficiently and without loss between the parties involved, a common basis for the exchange of BIM data was created with the object-oriented basic data models IFC (Industry Foundation Classes).


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