FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(London, UK)—Gwalia Surveyors, a multi-disciplinary survey consultancy committed to providing detailed survey data for their clients, has recently introduced new 3D Building Information Mapping (BIM) technology to the market. This technology has been developed in response to recent legislation that requires the use of 3D BIM on all government projects in order to minimize costs and increase efficiency in the collaborative process. Clients can learn more about how Gwalia will be using the BIM technology to deliver high-quality data for all of their projects at
Llyr Lane, a representative of Gwalia Surveyors, commented “We cannot overstate how proud we are to be introducing the new software and BIM technology we’ve developed to the industry. Our team invested a significant amount of time in this project, ensuring that at each phase of the process our data collection methods gave us the high-quality results we were looking for. We know that BIM is the future in the construction industry, and we look forward to seeing all of the ways our investment in this project will pay off in future projects.”
BIM, which stands for Building Information Mapping, is a technique used in the construction industry that generates a 3-dimensional model of a proposed building. Doing things this way provides clients with accurate, accessible, and actionable information and allows them to make more informed decisions and identify potential problems before the construction process starts. The BIM technology that Gwalia utilizes not only creates a 3-dimensional model of actual building parts, but also includes cost estimates and materials tracking and ordering data within that model. Clients can log on to the Gwalia Surveyors website at to discover more about BIM and how it works.
As Lane goes on to say, “Staying ahead of the game when it comes to new technology on the market has always been one of our core values. This is because we want to ensure that we are delivering the best possible results to our clients so that they can minimize costly mistakes. We are excited to see how the BIM technology we’ve developed will continue to move our industry forward throughout the next few years and beyond.”
Those who would like to learn more about Gwalia’s new BIM can visit
About Gwalia Surveyors:
Since Gwalia Surveyors was established in 1982, their aim has always been to provide survey data for their clients that’s detailed, accurate, and easy to understand. They’ve worked with a wide range of clients, including local councils and schools, heritage and tourist sites, care homes, and even the Millennium Stadium. Paying attention to detail, listening to their clients, and staying ahead of the technology curve are the core principles that drive the Gwalia Surveyors team and allow them to deliver high-quality results on every project.