With the use of Building Information Modeling (BIM), design conflicts are resolved early, minimizing risks before construction begins in the field.

Landry/French embraces the latest tools, trends, and technologies in our industry. This includes the use of Building Information Modeling. BIM is a valuable tool that facilitates collaboration and coordination during pre-design, design, and construction. Most importantly, it allows us to review constructability and coordinate architectural, structural, and MEP systems before construction actually begins, identifying potential design clashes. The end result–more efficient schedules, reliable costs, better quality, and increased efficiency.