Imagine working with a collaborative partner who is focussed on using the best software, and technology on your modelling requirements.
Working with the best practices and firms around the globe, on some of the most iconic, legacy projects, has not bound us to the rules of the past.
We’ll always look for ways to innovate, reduce workload and add profitability.
Level of development (LOD) is an industry standard that defines various development stages of construction projects completed in BIM.
With over 25 years’ experience we can complete models from LOD 100 – LOD 700
Vanguard Freadman is founded by partners with 60 plus years of combined industry experience who ensure accurate, compliant construction documentation and schedules.
Our smarter people help us guard your documentation whilst staying on budget and programme.
Our smarter clients have been working with the vanguard team delivering documentation for over 15 years.
Our clients tell us they are confident to pursue more projects increasing income and profits. They do this because they know we have their back when it comes to delivery.
We are working in collaboration with the best practices and firms around the globe, on some of the most iconic, legacy projects.
This allows us to offer our uniquely collaborative virtual studio.
our smarter Architects and Engineers
work in smarter offices
with smarter consultants
on smarter projects.
Typically, we will provide our clients with a fixed fee for each project we dilver.
We do this after receiving:
We are occasionally prepared to work with some clients on a time charge, virtual team basis.
Vanguard Freadman is founded by partners with 60 plus years of combined industry experience and is widely regarded as leaders in BIM Management.
Our smarter BIM leaders help you guard your project ensuring expectations, deliveries, and programme are met.
Our clients tell us they are confident that all of the BIM requirements for their project will be met when Vanguard Freadman is guarding the BIM expectations.
Our BIM Management roles often look like this: