Protan and BIM

Building information modelling (BIM) is a process of creating three-dimensional intelligent constructions.

Protan and BIM

Building information modelling (BIM) is a process of creating three-dimensional intelligent constructions which provide architecture, engineering and construction professionals the information and tools to design, construct and manage buildings.

Building information modelling (BIM) is a process of creating three-dimensional intelligent constructions which provide architecture, engineering and construction professionals the information and tools to design, construct and manage buildings.

Protan has a wide portfolio of roofing products which in turn can be used in systems of many different designs.

We have initially created 13 BIM products/solutions to cover the majority of roofing constructions:

  • Protan adhered warm roof system on concrete substrate

  • Protan adhered warm roof system on steel substrate

  • Protan adhered warm roof system on timber substrate

  • Protan BlueProof water attenuation system on concrete substrate

  • Protan BlueProof water attenuation system on steel substrate

  • Protan BlueProof Green water attenuation system on concrete substrate

  • Protan Extensive Green roof system on concrete substrate

  • Protan Extensive Green roof system on steel substrate

  • Protan mechanically fastened warm roof system on concrete substrate

  • Protan mechanically fastened warm roof system on steel substrate

  • Protan mechanically fastened warm roof system on timber substrate

  • Protan Protected (ballasted) warm roof system on concrete substrate

  • Protan Vacuum warm roof system on concrete substrate


More about BIM:

The concept of BIM has existed since the 1970s, but only with recent technology and software has it become a strategic focus for the construction industry. BIM allows for more collaboration between the different industries involved in building design and construction. The main goal is to save time and costs whilst reducing errors and the need to rework.

Governments are also increasingly pushing the use of BIM in order to increase productivity and reduce costs. Many state/government projects are now requiring the use of BIM.

BIM is primarily used by architects, specifiers and engineers involved with the design and construction of buildings. The information in BIM is further utilised by facilities management for the maintenance of a building and ultimately used during the demolition.

Download our brochure and our FAQ for more information about how Protan utilises BIM.

BIM: Frequently Asked Questions

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