Tom Chia Design Ltd
Case study

BIM Modeling for Residential and Institutional Buildings

About Tom Chia Design Ltd.

Tom Chia Design Ltd was established fifteen years ago. They are based in Surrey and specialize in providing a complete design plan and drawing service. They use Building Information Modeling software (BIM) for 3D modeling that creates usable and workable diagrams that can be used for all stages of design, planning and building.

Tom Chia Design Ltd.
Project requirements

Project Requirements

  • The client’s first project was a private home with lovely views over the valley at Burnt Hill Road. The total area was about 0.4 acres including the vegetable and fruit garden.

  • The client approached BluEnt to convert their initial sketches to Revit model and further explore alternate design options for the building. Design options had to be in line with energy efficiency rating.

Bluent approach

The BluEnt Approach

  • We drafted the basic Revit model with initial sketches first. After this, we completed the model for a four-bedroom house with design features like:

    • A beautiful galleried winding staircase

    • Two reception rooms with original fireplaces

    • Striking bay windows

    • Good view from all the rooms

  • Meetings for project coordination were organized between both the teams to discuss the changes in design during the project cycle.

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Services Provided

  • BluEnt successfully delivered BIM models within the 6 months time frame.

  • Construction documentation

  • Revit model

  • Few Project Names:

    • Burnthill Road

    • 2403 Woods Estates Home Renovation

    • Edge Borough School, Scrivens External View, Stockbridge

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Maximum Value. Achieved.

  • CAD drawings were sent directly to product manufactures. Quality check was BluEnt’s responsibility.

  • CAD designs drafted by BluEnt were available on the client’s website for downloads.

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