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Frequently asked questions

At C+A we want to solve any doubts you may have about your digitisation process, through BIM.


Our clients come from sectors such as construction, architecture, engineering, industry and government. And BIM is increasingly becoming a prerequisite for these sectors.

Promoters and investors

BIM has the power to create more effective and cost-saving results in the real estate sector.

Thanks to the digitalisation of this sector, companies can have more control over the different phases of their investment and gain a better understanding of the product.

BIM invites developers and investors to actively participate in the decision making process, knowing much better the consequences of each decision and each step taken.

Operators and owners

BIM is positioned as an effective digital support for planning, designing and constructing projects and the different renovations of their useful life.

BIM allows this sector to take control of the product, manage it more efficiently and save on resources and investment in phases such as maintenance.

Thanks to these advantages, users can obtain results that are more efficient and that perfectly meet their needs.

Construction companies

BIM is an indispensable tool to bring added value to the company in the eyes of its clients.

Through BIM, construction companies can obtain the necessary plans to execute the work, analyse the project to be built and anticipate future problems, making a correct analysis of the risks.

In addition, it allows a greater return on investment, with savings of between 2.5 and 10 times more than what has been invested.


BIM enables industrialists and installers to optimise their work.

Better management allows for better execution, increased health and safety, minimised errors and better efficiency without increasing costs. Undoubtedly, BIM is an added value for the company, as it provides greater confidence and viability to contractors.

Architects and engineers

BIM is increasingly in demand by clients contracting architectural and engineering services.

Digitalisation in this sector means more time, resources, opportunities and, of course, possibilities.

By creating a complete digital construction, you can not only create the project, but also extend the life cycle of the asset by optimising design processes, minimising problems and controlling the cost of construction and maintenance.


BIM is an effective tool to provide excellent digital representations for your physical products.

By digitising detailed products for the construction industry, it allows builders, architects and industrialists to introduce these products to their new projects, which they will later acquire physically to use on site.

It also allows them to interact more directly with customers through their digital twin, and facilitate the understanding of the technical and design features of the products.

Frequently asked questions about BIM

Building Information Management (BIM) is a process of planning, design, construction and management of buildings or infrastructure (asset) based on a 3D digital model. It uses a range of tools and technologies to develop a virtual model of an asset that contains all the information related to the project. This information includes everything from materials to construction details, installations and equipment, etc. This information can be easily shared among all those involved in the construction process. This allows design, construction and project management teams to collaborate more efficiently and save time and resources.

BIM offers numerous advantages:

  • Greater efficiency in project management.
  • Greater precision in planning.
  • Better collaboration between different teams.
  • Better information management.
  • Better coordination between different suppliers.
  • The possibility of reducing errors, and saving time and costs.

In addition, the use of BIM improves the integration between data modelling and actual planning, allowing users to visualise and evaluate project performance prior to construction. It also enables better communication between the design and construction teams, which in turn makes it easier to identify problems before they occur.

Initiating a BIM process is synonymous with a stage of digital transformation. Going digital means taking advantage of countless opportunities to interact with customers in a more collaborative and customer-focused business.

BIM implies, on the one hand, that products must be modelled and, on the other hand, that the data of these products must be identified, stored and transformed according to the customer’s requirements. All this through the use of new tools and software.

Common BIM software includes Autodesk Revit, Autodesk Civil 3D, Autodesk 3DS Max, Bentley Systems MicroStation/Open Buildings, Graphisoff ArchiCAD, Nemetschek AllPlan Vectorworks Architect, Nemetschek Allplan and Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks.

These softwares allow us to create three-dimensional digital models, interact with project data and share models and data between work teams.

We help you choose the tool that best suits you.