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From 2D to 3D: Your guide to 3D electrical designs

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is rapidly changing the shape of how we work to 3D. 3D models allow stakeholders and clients to see a more real interpretation of a designed environment.

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As the construction industry continues to evolve at a staggering pace, clients are increasingly looking for certainty through more precise and complex design information in advance of awarding contracts. Building Information Modelling (BIM) is rapidly changing the shape of how we work to 3D.

3D models allow stakeholders and clients to see a more realistic interpretation of a designed environment. In addition to growing client demand for 3D models, schematic (2D) design is prone to error. By its very nature, it involves unknowns because the space is flat. But what's the alternative and, ultimately, will it help you to win bigger and more lucrative contracts?