Our factory utilises Building Information Modelling (BIM) to unitise architectural plans into a modular form, map structure and consolidate spatials in order to achieve workable shop drawings and a bill of materials for manufacture.

Our use of BIM software enables:

  • greater levels of process collaboration;
  • greater level of product visualization;
  • integration and information sharing; and
  • improved asset maintenance post project completion.

As prefabrication requires more information to be passed over and handled in the design phase, BIM software allows project collaboration between all stakeholders, ensuring the end result meets the client’s needs and specifications upfront.


BIM’s sophisticated technology limits waste, increases quality and keeps the project on time and on budget. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) guides each step of the project sequence by managing information flow and processes.

BIM uses ERP software, which feeds project information and the bill of materials through to the machinery, and manages key functions including supply chain, payroll, manufacturing program, inventory management and financial forecasting.