Understanding the Difference Between BIM and CAD
“…Basically, when using CAD for building design, you focus on creating drawings. When using BIM, you focus on creating a building model and then the drawings can be generated from the model. This saves time because you really do not have to draw anything twice. With CAD, you typically draw floor plans and then sections. But with BIM, you create the elements in one view, and they appear in all views in which their visibility is turned on…” www.autodesk.com
Stonescreen support both CAD and BIM methods depending on projects and type of drawings to be issued or requested by the client. Our design team also work with structural design software to make calculations on SSN main structure and structural components, examining each project methodically and in detail.