Basic Model

This is our lowest detail model. It is suitable for buildings which are going to be completely stripped out or for the most basic concept modelling.

Elements included as standard:


Walls (internal and external)
Floors (finished floor to underside of ceiling)
Roofs (underside of ceiling or rafters to finished surface as a single volume)
Openings (or windows in envelope)
Stairs (generic treads only with no handrails)
Primary structure
No elevational detail

Elements classified to Uniclass 2015

Standard Model

Our most versatile and cost effective model. It is a starting point for concept design, and has components that will allow you to produce schedules of key building information.

Elements included as standard:


Walls (materials identified)
Floors
Roofs (as volumes with basic features added)
Doors (basic generic doors within opening)
Windows (basic frame within opening)
Ceilings (nominal thickness if only underside seen)
Stairwells (generic treads and handrails)
Primary structure
Major items of services equipment (greater than 1m in all dimensions)
Elevational features larger than 200mm in dimension

Rooms, windows and doors numbered Elements classified to Uniclass 2015

Detailed Model

The detailed model adds further element types particularly focusing on fixed items, services, and greater building detail. It provides a comprehensive start point for a project.

Elements included as standard:


Walls (increased detail externally)
Floors
Roofs (as volumes, showing gutters, soffits etc.)
Doors (detailed generics showing vision panels)
Windows (detailed families to show all framing)
Ceilings (nominal thickness if only underside seen)
Stairwell (cutomised treads and handrails)
Primary structure
Rainwater goods
Sanitary installations (WC, WHB, cubicles)
Services Equipment (greater than 500mm in any direction)
Services runs (over 100mm in sectional dimension)
Higher detailed elevational features inlcuding cornices and mouldings

Rooms, windows and doors numbered Elements classified to Uniclass 2015