BIM is UGIRA
Our designers arrange BIM projects by integrating all engineering parts that cover whole life cycle of the building – from initial idea, planning and building up to maintenance and destruction of the building.
We make the projects by using the most advanced modern programmes intended for calculation of the engineering planning as well as 3D modelling programmes, such as DLUBAL, Graphisoft ArchiCAD, DDS-CAD and “Tekla structures” that reduce drafting terms and give excellent opportunity for demonstrating to customer the advantages due to implementation of these new computing technologies intended for solving particular engineering task. Each BIM element of the project is represented in 3D format and it contains all required information, which is later used not only in process of building, but also in process of maintenance of the building.
The projects created by UAB “Ugira” provide opportunity to the customers to participate in the process immediately, i.e. to review being created informational model of the building in a remote way, to communicate with the authors drafting the parts of the project as well as submit the proposals and the comments. BIM lets to identify possible errors (e.g. the collision of engineering systems) just through the stage of creation of project itself; therefore, it gives possibility to reduce the costs that rise together with need to correct errors done during construction.
Professional and capable personnel having deep knowledge and permanently raising its qualifications are ready to act not only in Lithuanian, but also in markets of the other countries.
Briefly about BIM
BIM (Engl. Building information modelling) is revolutionary digital designing process of the building and its infrastructure, by creating and managing whole information of the construction during its all life stages – from initial project conception up to its destruction.
Building industry meets the twofold demand:
to increase the effectiveness and, value of infrastructure as well as its quality and stability;
Herewith the demand is raised to reduce maintenance costs, environmental pollution as well as consumption of time and materials. This is possible to achieve by active cooperation of the concerned parties and their communication during development of the projects. Namely this is the reason for striving to integrate building information modelling (BIM) to the whole life cycle of the building. BIM systems highly simplify the designing, construction and maintenance of the buildings by making this process effective.