Our BIM Workflow Consultancy service enables you to successfully integrate within a project process

To maximise the benefits of BIM, you must first understand your strategy and BIM processes that will formulate how you use BIM workflows.

Our in-house team provides impartial advice on proven company BIM workflows. We can apply this best industry practice to your own strategy and processes so you can implement your own workflows and manage change management processes to acquire BIM benefits for your team and organisations.

Can you clearly define how models are integrated into a BIM project?

If you’ve answered no to the above or you’re simply unsure of your strategy and BIM workflows, then working within a BIM process can be frustrating.

A common misconception is that BIM is software. BIM is a process that allows all project stakeholders to collaborate effectively and deliver projects successfully.

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Learn how you successfully integrate into a BIM project using our BIM Workflow Consultancy service

We believe having a clear and structured BIM workflow in place gives adopters the best possible chance of success within project scenarios.

Adopting best industry practice can help ensure that you become more efficient and effective within the BIM process. Strategic development, training and better BIM knowledge enables better integration into a project process.

How can you benefit from our BIM Workflow Consultancy service?

Using our expertise and experience, working in construction and other industry sectors such as; automotive and aerospace, we’ve been helping businesses like yours adopt BIM best practice.

If you’re looking to be an effective supply chain partner within a BIM workflow, we can help you. Harness best practice and become more efficient and competitive in your future projects.

BIM Workflow Explained


  • Advise client on purpose of BIM including benefits and implications. Agree level and extent of BIM including 4D (time), 5D (cost) and 6D (FM) following software assessment. Advise client on Integrated Team scope of service in totality and for each designer including requirements for specialists and appointment of a BIM Consultant.
  • Define long-term responsibilities, including ownership of model.
  • Define BIM Inputs and Outputs and scope of post-occupancy evaluation (Soft Landings).
  • Identify scope of and commission BIM surveys and investigation reports.
  • BIM pre-start meeting.
  • Initial model sharing with Design Team for strategic analysis and options appraisal.
  • BIM data used for environmental performance and area analysis.
  • Identify key model elements (e.g. prefabricated component) and create concept level parametric objects for all major elements.
  • Enable design team access to BIM data.
  • Agree extent of performance specified work.
  • Export data for Building Control Analysis.
  • Data sharing for conclusion of design co-ordination and detailed analysis with subcontractors.
  • Detailed modelling, integration and analysis.
  • Create production level parametric objects for all major elements (where appropriate and information exists this may be based on tier 2 supplier’s information).
  • Embed specification to model.
  • Final review and sign off of model.
  • Enable access to BIM model to contractor(s).
  • Integration of subcontractor performance specified work model information into BIM model data.
  • Review construction sequencing (4D) with contractor.
  • Agree timing and scope of ‘Soft Landings’.
  • Co-ordinate and release of ‘End of Construction’ BIM record model data.
  • Use of 4D/5D BIM data for contract administration purposes.
  • FM BIM model data issued as asset changes are made.
  • Study of parametric object information contained within BIM model data.

Success story

Take a look at how we helped University of Cambridge.

“Majenta and I worked closely on this, brainstorming the whole issue, pooling our knowledge and research to define standards and user guides. We’ve really appreciated Majenta’s consultancy – they’ve been liaising with some of the large contractors who are now relatively advanced in BIM for help and feedback on what we’ve done and their response has been very positive”.

Chris Hinton – Senior Technical Specialist, UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE

Why you should partner with us

  • "We’ve really appreciated Majenta’s consultancy – they’ve been liaising with some of the large contractors who are now relatively advanced in BIM for help and feedback on what we’ve done and their response has been very positive."

    Chris Hinton

    Senior Technical Specialist
    University of Cambridge

  • "The guys from Majenta have become part of our team. They know what they need to do and they do it. Majenta is now helping us look beyond the design of buildings to their management during their entire lifecycle using BIM. We believe that this is where the real ongoing value will lie for the university."

    Chris Hinton

    Senior Technical Specialist
    University of Cambridge

  • "Technology is enabling us to pull together the product design and manufacturing design aspects of the business. The experts at Majenta Solutions went beyond what you’d expect from a technical support supplier and with their assistance we are working together more efficiently to provide a better service for our customers."

    Beatson Clark

  • "We’ll be giving you guys 9 and 10’s"

    Balraj Ghataore

    Redline Studios

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