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We are leaders in the implementation of Building Information Modelling (BIM) across all project types and scales.

BIM involves using information-rich modelling and managing the processes associated with it. Architectus draws on the latest BIM and cloud software to ensure project delivery is smooth and coordinated with all related parties.

Parametric BIM model of the University of Melbourne Arts West project

A team of specialists

Many architectural practices employ a single BIM manager to oversee digital innovation. At Architectus we recognised the value in developing an in-house, digitally focused team in the early days of BIM.

We have more than 20 BIM specialists supporting our project teams while also immersing themselves in systems design and research so we remain at the forefront of the industry.


We employ cloud platforms to exchange and coordinate project data wherever security policies allow. This ensures shared information is up to date and helps us meet challenging programs working alongside our extended project teams.

Our team also has deep expertise in Digital Engineering and BIM Management, regularly providing these services to our clients.

Digital prototyping

BIM allows us to explore the third dimension of our designs and beyond (including looking at time and cost).

We always try to extend our use of BIM processes and outputs, leveraging them for tasks such as real-time walk throughs, fabrication analysis, sustainability, 3D printing, and much more.

“The demands on our built environment and infrastructure are always increasing, along with imperatives for sustainability. We want to help meet those growing needs by expanding our skills and productivity with automated tools, making the most informed, data-driven decisions, and delivering net-zero carbon outcomes on our projects.”

Steve Fox
National Sector Leader, Digital

Macquarie University Incubator
components modelled individually for fabrication