The world of architecture, engineering, and construction is changing. New ways of working and new tools are transforming the face of the industry, allowing architects, designers, engineers, and contractors to work more quickly, accurately, and cost effectively. New processes and technologies are making it easier to collaborate, coordinate projects, and manage change amongst disciplines and throughout the lifecycle.
The benefits of adopting a BIM strategy are becoming impossible to ignore, and they are benefits you can experience for projects of all types and sizes.
BIM is a set of processes, standards, and cultural changes, needed to deliver better project and asset outcomes. From a technology perspective, a BIM strategy enables the integration of data-rich models and project information databases, to build a virtual representation of a project and all assets. All stakeholders can access reliable information, making collaboration easier, reducing risks, and improving ROI.
Implementing BIM successfully involves behavioural, cultural and technological changes – transforming your organization, adopting new processes, and implementing new standards.
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