About | AMCA Draughting

AMCA was established in 2002 and is a privately held company based in the United Kingdom. AMCA has been providing specialist engineering CAD services to the Construction Industry and Associated Professions for over 10 years. Our business has grown successfully through our commitment to our clients and our continued investment in technology and people.

Today we offer a cutting edge Building Information Modelling (BIM) service to our clients globally. Using BIM, we have successfully completed projects worldwide as well as the UK and Ireland. Our experience includes, but is not limited to: Commercial, Industrial, Health, Mining and Education sectors ranging from small to large scale projects, as can be seen on our Projects page.

We use a combination of the latest 3D modelling software to provide high end, intelligent and data rich building models. We firmly believe in working in partnership with our clients and project design teams. We have built longstanding relationships with our clients through continually exceeding their expectations. We take pride in the fact that our clients return to us time and again.

What We Do

AMCA are a specialist structural BIM consultancy that works with a wide variety of clients across the construction industry, using innovative technology to improve the process of design and construction. We are an independent member of the design or construction team, working with Building Information Modelling (BIM) processes to realise efficiencies, increase co-ordination and minimise risk and waste for our clients.

How We Do It

We use technology to create an intelligent 3D structural model, and then leverage the information out to bring benefits to all parties involved in the construction process. Through our innovation, and impartial nature, we are able to bring to bear the expertise of a diverse team with a wide skill set. This enhances the value of the design as a whole, and all parties benefit from the reduction in waste, risk, time, errors, re-working and co-ordination issues.