The presentation identifies the common challenges facing policy makers as they approach BIM policy development. It then introduces five complementary Macro Adoption Models covering diffusion areas, maturity topics, diffusion dynamics, policy actions and diffusion responsibility.
We are pleased to announce that both CanBIM and IBC/buildingSMART Canada are bringing together two of their key committees to work hand in hand to further the interests of BIM in Canada.
2015 was the year that buildingSMART Canada set the groundwork to support Canada in its transition towards a unified and optimized Canadian AECOO community. 2016 is the year that buildingSMART Canada builds momentum towards a ...
buildingSMART Canada (bSC) has launched its Affiliates initiative to connect local and regional interest groups across Canada which support innovative project delivery practices based on open standards for BIM in the Canadian AECOO community.
buildingSMART Canada (bSC) has revised its membership structure to allow for free membership for individuals from the Canadian AECOO community to encourage and facilitate the adoption of BIM and open standards in Canada.
The Institute for BIM in Canada (IBC), as well as its program-delivery arm buildingSMART Canada, announced today the support of new Building Information Modelling (BIM) graduate education programming being proposed at Algonquin College.
Global eTraining aims to help Canadian architectural, engineering and construction firms train their employees about BIM using an innovative online and on-demand global e-training platform.
buildingSMART Canada is providing support and sharing best practices with Canadian companies to help them collaborate with their international counterparts in the development of open Building Information Modeling (BIM) data standards.