bim.GROUP has been operating as a general design office on the Hungarian and international market for more than 30 years and accounted for a revenue of EUR 8 million in 2021.
bim.GROUP is an independent designer office with activities and expertise in all major engineering disciplines. The office operates in general design (conceptual design, construction and building permitting, construction engineering services and design of electrical installations) but also in architecture, structural design (steel and reinforced concrete), building envelope, building services, building electricity, and BIM innovation.
“At bim.GROUP our aim is to responsibly improve our environment through the broad and flexible use of our knowledge and expertise as well as through innovation. With a dedicated team of over 100 in-house experts and the coordination of six different disciplines, we can deliver the most complex design projects. We are committed to working with our partners, continuously improving our processes. We have an advanced approach, being among the first in the European market to use the latest technologies and software, which we use to guarantee the highest quality for our customers. At bim.GROUP we see our clients’ challenges as our own, believing that meeting deadlines, keeping costs under control and designing a sustainable built environment are the keys to successful collaboration. The cooperation with KÉSZ Romania can be traced back almost 10 years. We operate with mutual capacity sharing, making both companies more efficient. This is an important milestone in terms of building local connections with Romanian design offices”, said Zsolt Ballay, COO bim.GROUP.
In order to achieve the most feasible constructions, the team always combines the precision of an engineer with the talent of an artist. The aim of them is to create the perfect blend of functionality and aesthetics in the main disciplines of architectural design, while paying attention to durability, efficient operation and value. bim.GROUP designs buildings, steel and reinforced concrete structures, industrial facades, complex electrical and engineering infrastructures of buildings, which then translate into industrial complexes, residential, hotel, office and public buildings, sports and leisure centers. The value of engineering is the key to success in all the created projects, which means that the key factor is not only the cost of the installed product, but also the cost of the construction process itself.
“Our specialized design packages are the ideal choice for Romanian and international general and architectural design companies, contractors and producers. We distinguish between two types of sectoral planning packages: structural design and facade design. They are similar in terms of conceptual design, licensing, tender design and project analysis, but the key and important differences lie in implementation and delivery. We are eager to use our expertise and innovative solutions, work together with local design studios and strengthen our presence in Romania”, said Zsolt Ballay.
bim.GROUP’s most famous projects include:
- General Design
- Hungexpo F1 reception building completion of design works for the construction of the building facade (layout preparation, fabrication design, installation and implementation design documentation) and 3D mechanical and electrical modelling + 300-seat event hall, renewable energy engineering, 6000 m2 area
- Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport (SkyCourt) – renovation of two terminals (T2A and T2B)
- Steel Structural Design
- PUSKÁS Stadium – complete structural design of the steel structures of the stadium, preparation of construction plans, production drawings and installation plans as well as implementation, documentation, support structure for lighting poles, movable partitions, rope sizing, 12,000T steel structure
- Riga, Open Air Stage – structural analysis and fabrication design of a 1,650T steel structure
- Building Envelope Design
- Metro stations on line 3 in Budapest – Complete renovation of the wall and suspended ceiling from the metro entrance to the platform between Lehel and Nagyvárad squares, renovation of the interior cladding and design of the supporting structures
- Kistefos Museum, Norway – design of the museum’s free-form building envelope on an area of 2,500 m2