Hilti BIM Services
Design and modelling for a smoother transfer from office to jobsite
BIM (Building Information Modelling) has brought the design, planning and execution of construction projects into the digital age.
Hilti's BIM offering goes beyond just having BIM objects available to download. We have dedicated teams ready to collaborate from design all the way through to construction.
What benefits do Hilti BIM Services bring you?
Optimized multi-trade MEP supports
Fastening pipes, cables and ducts in multi-trade mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) supports can minimize the space needed and lower material costs for an overall optimized solution.
Ready for pre-fabrication
Pre-fabrication services such as cutting, kitting and pre-assembly allow you to minimize your material costs, save labor time and adhere to high quality standards (ISO 9001).Find out more about cutting, kitting and pre-assembly
Create bill of materials, purchase items and keep track of installations faster and more precisely.Find out how BIM streamlines project management
On the jobsite, BIM-2-Field means you can increase productivity and accuracy by positioning the MEP support fastening points with a total station.Find out more about BIM-2-Field
Which BIM Services do Hilti offer?
On modern jobsites around the world BIM is used to plan pipes, ducts and cables. However, the matching mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) supports are usually not part of the BIM model. Consequently, each trade often defines their own supports, mostly based on experience rather than engineering.
This is a missed opportunity. Dedicated BIM teams at Hilti can help you to fully harness the potential of end-to-end digitization, from improved collaboration to lower material costs. Expert support is delivered via four main services:
Set a clear starting point, slicing the project into conceptual – yet optimized – solutions.
- Project sliced into individual applications
- Optimized schematic design for MEP supports
- Hilti service offer for the design services
Evolve the concepts into designed solutions, defined by individual Bill of Materials and engineering reports.
- Designed MEP supports (“typicals”)
- Individual bill of materials and engineering reports
- Individual clash and exception reports
3. BIM modelling
Add the designed supports directly into your BIM model and report any issues that may need re-design.
- MEP supports added to BIM model
- Report of exceptions (issues)
- BIM-2-Field data
4. Drawings and bill of materials
For a smoother transfer of the design in the office, to construction on the jobsite.
- Shop drawings
- Overview drawings
- Suggestions for cutting, kitting and pre-assembly services