Home > Road To BIM: A transition by stages


Switching to BIM is a process that must be thoughtful and progressive. It is essential to understand the issues, the interest of getting involved, and to be well supported throughout the process.

To optimize the implementation of BIM within your structure, whether it is part of the contracting authority, a design office or a company, TASE’s BIM specialists share their experience and guide you step by step.

You are then on the “road to BIM” (Road to BIM), and will proceed in stages in a secure way, in order to become autonomous in the BIM construction process.


Having management convinced about the advantages of BIM in the context of the mission to be accomplished is an essential prerequisite.

TASE is committed to making companies and their management aware of all the benefits of BIM, free of charge, but also of its inescapable nature and the possible repercussions it could have.

During the BIM awareness stage, TASE can introduce itself, explain its history, its expertise, its developments. We can discuss the services we offer and see how TASE is a major asset in the field of BIM.


A team of BIM specialists dispatched by TASE can carry out a complete study and offer a BIM audit report in several parts:

  • An inventory
  • Including an analysis of the working methods already in place, the tools and the skills of each.
  • An analysis of the client’s needs, objectives and expectations.
  • An action plan to be implemented to adapt or modify ways of working.

It is on the basis of this BIM audit that TASE can compose an initial BIM implementation strategy for management.


Based on the conclusions of the audit, a personalized BIM development strategy should be developed within the team.

With the help of TASE, you will be able to define:

  • A sequenced method to implement BIM in your company
  • A list of the people involved in this project, defining their respective roles
  • An inventory of the resources made available to the working group
  • A schedule compiling the availability of the people concerned and the timing granted to them
  • A pilot project to start

To help companies get started, TASE offers to form a small team and decide on a pilot project that will serve as a full-scale test.


During the implementation of your BIM pilot project, TASE supports your team on 3 common fronts:

  • Equipment: to choose the appropriate equipment as well as the right software to work with
  • Training: for the working group and then for the entire team to master all the useful software
  • Tools: to standardize working methods, collaborate and exchange effectively

When the “equipment”, “training” and “tools” components are completed, a pilot project should be chosen on which the team members will put into practice everything they have learned, with the support of TASE advisers.


BIM requires continuous practice and regular updates to maintain optimal operation. Therefore, it is interesting to take advantage of calmer periods to maintain the tools, develop new ones and continue learning.

Whether it is to progress, to perfect your skills or to stay up to date, “TASE Academy” offers a whole range of training courses, face-to-face or online, general or targeted, detailed on our site.