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BIM Cave Built at TTK University of Applied Sciences17.04.2015

This spring, the 3D building laboratory (the BIM Cave), unique in the Baltic countries, will be opened at TTK University of Applied Sciences. Building Information Modeling is a technology which enables to create a virtual three-dimensional model of a facility, involving factors like design, construction, room solution, lighting, safety regulations, etc.

The use of the BIM model makes it possible to discover design flaws and forecast the future total costs of the building. The model can also be used in construction, detail assessment and in the analysis of the technical parameters of the design.

The BIM Cave can be used by the students of construction and architecture, and even by the students of mechanical engineering and clothing and textile.

The construction of the BIM Cave was supported by the Estonian Archimedes Foundation.

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