On an almost daily basis, you will read something online questioning the viability of BIM on a project. The issue is that BIM is perceived as an asset life cycle solution, when in fact the most expensive and at-risk aspect of a project is the procurement and construction.
Procurement and construction consideration is seldom considered at the design phase of a project, so it’s no wonder that many within the industry question the value of BIM. This report will explain why materials management is the key to ensuring project success and safeguarding BIM as a process.
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