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The ideal BIM CAD software for your individual way of working!

SPIRIT is a BIM CAD software that allows you to turn your projects into reality using 2D and 3D BIM working method – providing you with flexible and individualized options, depending on your preferred way of working.

No matter in which part of construction industry you work – every day you need to solve planning projects efficiently and economically. With SPIRIT you have a CAD software that helps you in all planning phases – so you can finish your projects successfully.

SPIRIT offers a variety of features for cost control and quantity determination. For all drawn objects you can individually specify quantities and dimensions. Easily check and track the costs, integrated in each element.

SPIRIT offers a variety of interfaces to ensure a smooth workflow with your cooperation partners. The new features in SPIRIT 2016 offer a wide range of improvements in the area of 2D drawing, plan generation, modeling and 3D construction – making SPIRIT better than ever before.

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A small taste of your advantages with the CAD software SPIRIT



CAD that is simple - with Drag-and-drop

Operate the CAD software SPIRIT intuitively by using drag-and-drop. Just drag all CAD elements – whether 2D, 3D or BIM objects – from the Resource Browser onto the draw-ing area. SPIRIT handles the rest for you.


The BIM Cost Manager

Even in the preliminary design phase, detailed information of a cost framework and cost estimation is already required. Quantity evaluation and cost estimates can be generated directly in SPIRIT using the Cost Manager.


Multi-layered wall system

How does the architect or planner draw a multi-layered wall? As it is formed on-site: layer by layer. The new Wall system in SPIRIT works in the same way and sets the standard. In doing so, wall layers are flexible: details can be modified and indi-vidualized; you can exchange the material of of each layer without also changing the entire wall.


Architecture – Level of detail

Low, standard, medium and high – Each SPIRIT component has four standard archi-tectural detailing options to choose from based on your preferences and needs.


The Level Manager

The new feature in SPIRIT, the Level Manager, allows you to get a clear structure for your building by allowing you to create, edit and structure your levels (floors).


Quantity evaluation in architectural construction

Living space, room volume, units and so much more: SPIRIT provides a comprehen-sive quantity summary for your project. With the integrated quantity determina-tion you evaluate everything that you have drawn, accurately and clearly.


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BIM CAD software with integrated cost control

When you work with SPIRIT you are working with a professional CAD program in both worlds: 2D drawing and 3D building model. You decide which world suits you better. The integrated interfaces allow you to simply import building data. This makes you independent of the software systems which your partners are using in the open BIM process.

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BIM – Benefit from the smooth interaction of software solutions

SPIRIT is compatible with AVANTI (AVA software) as well as with all other BIM software solutions, such as SketchUp (Design Software) and facility(24) (CAFM software).

Transfer your SPIRIT building models and drawings quickly and easily to AVANTI; since the systems operate on the same database, the data can be fully processed. SPIRIT is also completely compatible with interfaces such as IFC, DWG, DXF, or GAEB CAFM with other "open BIM" software solutions. Thus, virtually loss-free data exchange is possible with all BIM software solutions. This is particularly im-portant since individual work phases are often performed by different employees, independent companies and in different software solutions.