A building designed entirely in BIM makes the work of the architect easier and also offers decisive advantages for investors and building owners. This is because all transitions and interfaces between the trades are already defined exactly as they will be implemented later on on the construction site. In this way, inaccuracies and gaps can be avoided from the outset, thus limiting annoyance, time delays and cost jumps.
European guidelines already stipulate that the planning of public buildings must be carried out using BIM data in order to ensure transparency and to map interfaces neatly. Some of these guidelines have already been incorporated into the legal bases of individual countries, making BIM an obligation for the planning of all public buildings