Hilti’s BIM-driven Integrated Project Solutions – Optimize Workflow from Design, Construction to Operation

Hilti’s BIM-driven Integrated Project Solutions (IPS) have revolutionized the design and construction industry by leveraging Building Information Modelling (BIM) technology. These solutions have not only improved project planning, coordination, and execution but also prioritize environmental sustainability.

With IPS, Hilti enables precise and efficient design by utilizing BIM to deliver accurate MEP (Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing) designs. This minimizes conflicts and errors during construction, enhancing design efficiency and reducing the need for costly modifications. By fostering effective communication among project stakeholders through a centralized BIM platform, Hilti ensures real-time information sharing and conflict resolution. This streamlined approach optimizes construction planning, resulting in the accurate usage of required materials and cost savings.

In 2022, Hilti partnered with Merck, a European pharmaceutical company, to decarbonize its research laboratory. By using the BIM methodology during the early design phase, Hilti’s team designed for maximum resource efficiency. This optimized design minimized material waste by 50 percent and potentially saved 120 tons of CO2 emissions.

Environmental sustainability is a key focus of Hilti’s IPS. The inclusion of Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) promotes the use of sustainable materials and practices. EPDs provide transparent and verified information about the environmental performance of construction products, enabling project teams to make informed decisions aligned with sustainability goals.

Overall, Hilti’s BIM-driven Integrated Project Solutions offer transformative capabilities for the design and construction industry. By leveraging advanced BIM technologies, optimizing material usage, and promoting sustainable practices through EPDs, Hilti empowers construction professionals to achieve their project objectives while reducing environmental impact.

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