Building Information Modelling (BIM)

S+SA Architects is able to effectively evaluate positive and negative environmental impacts of every planned build. By marrying intelligent design to the latest eco-friendly, energy saving materials and building methods we can deliver more sustainable structures.

Our collaborative approach to architecture is complimented through the incorporation of BIM, enabling coordination with all members of the design team at all stages of the design process. Using the latest 3D modelling software, S+SA develops complex designs to optimise the construction process along with the production of 3D models for visualisation of the design at an earlier stage.

Our quality management and administration procedures are key to ensuring BIM is incorporated within the design process to ensure production information meets the highest level of detail.

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S+SA Architects offer a personal level of service whether we are working on national large-scale projects or local projects closer to home. We endeavour to create long-lasting partnerships with all of our clients, so they know they can rely on us to provide the service they need.

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Our Building Information Modelling (BIM) Expert JAMES LABAN MCIAT

James has worked in architecture for 19 years, starting as an apprentice and working his way up to Senior Charted Architectural Technologist. During these years, his vast experience varies from large industrial units to small fast food units for well-known brands such as Tesco, B&M, Costa, Amazon and Warburtons to name a few.

James enjoys good food, wine and rum and can often be found browsing the internet for a new car. Having two boys means a lot of his interests revolve around football, riding bikes and multiple visits to parks.

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"S+SA have been involved with design proposals for the re-development of the Stonebridge Mills site in Wortley, Leeds for some years. Working closely with our client and the Local Authority planning and conservation teams, plans for the site which extends to 3.6 hectares have been granted planning permission and works have now commenced on site".

Project Manager - Stonebridge Mills

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