We’re not your average consultant. We’re a highly specialized, laser-focused company that was built from the ground up. We have lived and worked on all sides of the AEC industry and we recognize the needs of the various project stakeholders. We have gained a lot of knowledge of the shortcomings of the AEC industry and have put our collective heads together to offer services that assist our clients in those areas. We have been a part of great BIM projects and some projects that were not so great, and we have a long list of lessons learned, with many of those lessons via other company experiences. We strive to bring value to all our clients in as many ways as possible. That’s why 78% of our business comes from repeat clients. At the end of the day, our relationship with our clients is what fuels our work ethic.
BIMWERX was founded on the idea that the relationship between design and construction does not need to be a precarious one; that the products they produce do not have to be done in a vacuum; and value can be created in every situation. With these three ideals, BIMWERX has always strived to utilize the experience and unique insight to promote information exchange between all entities, extend workflows beyond the office and onto the job site, and harness the power of technology for communicating ideas to all project stakeholders. The combination of all of these things has created a company driven to be the ideal partner for the entire project team.
-Jason Matthews, President of Bimwerx
Why Choose BIMWERX
As mentioned throughout our website, BIMWERX always strives to be your partner on the project. The “partner” relationship is quite different from the “business-to-business” (B2B) relationship. While contractually, they are the same for us, we do our utmost to ensure a project’s success because it is in everyone’s best interest. We are always looking for ways to add value to relationships with our clients and make their projects more successful. Sometimes this means just doing simple things like answering the phone, responding to emails promptly, and attending impromptu meetings. Another way we do this is by ensuring the field team is constantly working off the latest drawings. We have implemented QR codes on our shop drawings, allowing anyone with a smart device to verify before installation.
We aim to make your job easier and to make you look good! The passion for what we do can help take your company to the next level and is crucial for the success of your business.
At BIMWERX, we are open and direct. We will always bring honest feedback to any situation. Every project is better when your partners are direct with one another.
We have extensive and diversified industry knowledge. We have worked on all sides of the AEC industry and bring that knowledge to the table daily. After all, having a partner with experience, education, and references allows you to focus on day-to-day tasks.
The most important thing to look for in a BIM partner is previous successful experiences that will complement your project goals. The key to knowing what to look for is a partner that has a ton of repeat clients, that will vouch for their commitment and success. After all, 78% of our clients are repeated.
The amount of construction technology growth we have seen over the last five years is staggering. Building Information Modeling is not going away and is in fact becoming more common on all project types. Many companies do not have the in-house capabilities to model and coordinate their work, let alone run multi-trade coordination. They lean on BIMWERX to do the heavy lifting for them. You want to align yourself with a partner with a long-term vision, who is reliable, and someone who is looking five years down the road – someone who is dedicated to your vision and purpose and has the same level of dedication as you as well as a growth mindset.
The ugly truth is that a strong work ethic is hard to find. Too many times we are constantly brought in to fix other BIM consultants’ shortcomings. Other times we are the second, third, or even fourth consultants they have hired and are only “doing BIM” because they must. The other consultants stopped doing simple things like returning phone calls, answering emails, and attending spontaneous meetings. They became more of a hindrance to the process rather than aiding in the success of their clients. They were not able to meet the day-to-day demands of the project and ultimately became a liability rather than an asset.