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We work with BIM methodology.


BIM (Building Information Modelling) is a specialised working methodology for the development and management of projects. It allows us design, plan, organise and manage the construction of the building digitally, foreseeing possible problems, casuistry that may occur during the construction work itself.


At Ingravitto we carry out our own projects and construction works using this collaborative working method. It integrates all the building information (civil and installations) into a single parameterised model and allows everyone involved to access and create information that is constantly being updated.


Moreover, this said methodology allows us to have control of the building or construction throughout its complete life cycle: from the planning and first diagram to the construction work itself, later maintenance and even demolition or renovation. This way, BIM is the perfect tool for us in order to support the circular architectural principles and commitment we have heavily embraced at Ingravitto.

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BIM methodology is present throughout the entire life cycle of a project: from the initial idea to the demolition  (and recycling process). Thanks to this methodology our circular architecture and economy principles can be employed.


Following this approach, we can mention three different phases:


  • Design: conceptualisation, planning, architectural, structural and MEP design, coordination analysis.

  • Execution: programming and layouts, construction, manufacturing, procurement, commissioning, as built and handover.

  • Operations: occupancy and operation, asset management and maintenance, decommissioning, and comprehensive reprogramming.



In order to talk about the different phases of BIM implementation, we speak of BIM dimensions, from 1D-7D, with different variables to be taken into account.

At Ingravitto, we use BIM methodology since we believe in the importance of controlling the entire project globally and foreseeing the construction work. This way, it is possible to assess every conditioning factor and bear in mind the possible interferences.




The use of BIM allows collaborative work among different members of a team and to work in different part of a project simultaneously without having any interference. A single model is worked on.


These intervenient agents in the BIM project are technicians, planners, documentation management staff, builders, maintenance staff, owners, and final users.

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