Eisfeld Ingenieure AG

Eisfeld Ingenieure has been dealing with the application of BIM in planning for more than 20 years and can draw on a wide range of experience from over a hundred projects implemented for targeted digital planning. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Eisfeld works as a consultant in the area of BIM implementation for various companies and ministries.

We are not only a member of buildingSMART e.V. and BIM-Cluster Hessen, but also work closely with software houses in the area of BIM implementation and standardization.

As planners, we find time and again that a cooperative way of working in the early phases of the planning process is important in order to successfully shape the project cooperation in the interests of the client and thus achieve the greatest added value. Therefore, we not only offer BIM planning services, but also the leading coordination and integration of all trades involved in a project.

Our range of services rounds off the advice for builders and administrations in the area of administration of BIM projects, as well as training courses for getting started with BIM or for implementation in companies.

Our current BIM plans:

"Lingner Altstadtgarten" on the former Robotron site in Dresden, between the old town and the large garden. A new residential area with approx. 3,000 apartments is being built here. Peter Kulka, an architect from Dresden/Cologne, developed the urban planning concept for the entire area. The concrete architectural design of the first construction phase was also planned by kister scheithauer gross architekten und stadtplaner from Cologne/Leipzig and by Christoph Mäckler Architekten from Frankfurt am Main.

(Status: Structural planning LPH 1-4)


The “Variowohnungen” student residence of the ZukunftBau research initiative is a model project on the former Martini site in Kassel. Here, research is being carried out into reducing the construction time while at the same time allowing flexible living space planning using an integral BIM model using prefabricated components for the supporting structure and the facade.

(Structural planning LPH 1-6, implementation planning, status: Object and structural planning LPH 1-5)


Plant replacement for the CMS calcination in the existing building, as well as the construction of a new Kieseritt drying plant for the K+S Group. The planning as well as the installation is implemented by means of a coordinated open BIM planning, since a collision-free creation with the existing technology must be ensured. The model created is then continued as as-built documentation in LPH 8 and is transferred to the inventory of the K+S Group.

(Status: general planning LPH-2-6)