Por: Ing. Juan Escala Abril, Ing. Nestor Deza Grados e Ing. Carlos León, superintendente de Planificación y Desarrollo de Negocios, gerente de Estudios y gerente de Procesos y Control de Proyectos en Compañía Minera Antamina.IntroductionOne of the mining industry's key strategies in recent years is the incorporation of innovation and technology aimed at optimizing the production processes, in order to maintain competitiveness.In this sense, the Vice-presidency of Planning and Business Development of Compañía Minera Antamina has gradually incorporated the use of innovative technologies in its growth projects. One of them is known as Building Information Modeling (BIM), which is a collaborative methodology that seeks to connect three important axes: people, processes and digital models to manage assets in their different phases, from design to execution, with the aim of bringing together engineering, construction process and brownfield operation. With this implementation, the aim is to have a digital twin that contains the essential construction elements for projects in a design where the information concerning 4D schedules and 5D costs is incorporated in addition to the 3D engineering and metadata models. Additionally, new visualization tools are incorporated, allowing the team to interact with the model through virtual reality (VR). The benefits sought with the use of these technologies are: reduced probability of interferences in the design, improved safety and maintainability, optimization of collaborative work and increased efficiency for the review of models.Therefore, the objective of this paper is to provide, based on a success case, an approach to the technological innovation implemented in Compañía Minera Antamina and its relevance in project planning.