Building Information Modeling

Scientific Approch to Structural Building

Building Information Modeling

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is revolutionizing the architecture, engineering, and construction industries, and software platforms like Advance Steel and Revit are at the forefront of this transformation. Advance Steel, developed by Autodesk, and Revit, a product of the same company, offer robust BIM capabilities tailored to the needs of structural engineers and designers.

Advance Steel specializes in detailing and fabricating steel structures, providing tools for modeling, detailing, and creating fabrication drawings. Its integration with Autodesk’s BIM ecosystem enables seamless collaboration and coordination among project stakeholders, from architects to fabricators. Engineers can efficiently generate detailed structural models, accurate shop drawings, and bill of materials, streamlining the fabrication process and minimizing errors.

Revit, on the other hand, offers a comprehensive BIM platform for designing and documenting building projects of all scales and complexities. It allows architects, engineers, and contractors to work collaboratively within a single, coordinated model, enhancing communication and reducing clashes during construction. Revit’s parametric modeling capabilities enable rapid iteration and design optimization, while its interoperability with other Autodesk tools facilitates a smooth workflow from conceptual design to construction documentation.

Together, Advance Steel and Revit empower structural professionals to leverage the full potential of BIM, improving project efficiency, accuracy, and collaboration throughout the entire building lifecycle.



The Pre-Engineered Building revolutionizes the construction industry with its efficient and streamlined approach to building design and fabrication. Unlike traditional construction methods, PEB involves the fabrication of building components in a factory-controlled environment, then assembling them on-site. This prefabrication process saves time, reduces construction costs, and ensures high-quality standards. PEB structures are versatile and can be customized to suit various applications, from warehouses and factories to commercial buildings and sports arenas. With its rapid construction, cost-effectiveness, and flexibility, PEB is increasingly becoming the preferred choice for modern construction projects worldwide.


Convetional Steel

Conventional steel buildings, also known as traditional steel structures, rely on on-site fabrication and assembly of structural components. Unlike Pre-Engineered Buildings (PEB), where most components are prefabricated off-site, conventional steel buildings involve the construction of beams, columns, and other elements directly at the construction site. This method offers flexibility in design and construction, allowing for more customized solutions tailored to specific project requirements. While conventional steel buildings may require more time and labor for fabrication and assembly compared to PEB, they offer greater flexibility in design complexity and can accommodate unique architectural features. Additionally, conventional steel buildings are often preferred for projects with specific design requirements or those in locations where off-site fabrication may not be feasible.



Concrete industrial structures are key components of various industrial facilities, providing support, shelter, and functionality for manufacturing, processing, storage, and other industrial operations. These structures are engineered to withstand heavy loads, harsh environments, and specific operational requirements typical of industrial settings.

Beyond warehouses and factories, concrete industrial structures encompass a wide range of facilities, including power plants, refineries, chemical processing plants, distribution centers, and logistics hubs. Each of these structures is designed and constructed with meticulous attention to safety, efficiency, and functionality, ensuring seamless operation and productivity within the industrial facility.

What we provide

We assist in planning, developing, executing, and successfully constructing your project