The words Building Information Modeling, commonly known as BIM in engineering is a modern technique of representing the functional and physical attributes of building structures digitally. As commonly known in engineering, construction of any facility starts with designs, and follow life-cycles. BIM provides a platform which forms the foundation of knowledge and information sharing about a service. A primary premise of BIM is one in which different stakeholders support and reflect their roles by obtaining, inserting, and modifying information at various phases of the facility’s life cycle. Over many years, architects and contractors have found BIM useful in reducing the conflicts and providing a solid commencement and delivery of 3-dimensional rendering for better putting up of buildings. However, the MEP engineers have not moved from the traditional 2-dimensional designs, until recently when they saw it wise to train in relevant software programs.