We present BIM as a visual tool able to allow greater design understanding and then appear to be frustrated when a client demands change as a result of that better understanding.
To ensure a successful BIM implementation, formal implementation strategies must be implied and they should be extended beyond rollout schedule and simple training.
Building Information Modeling or BIM has brought about a colossal transformation in the AEC industry. It is a digital representation of the physical and functional distinctiveness of a facility.
Embracing the big picture around BIM can help organisations to produce and work with an evolving, digital representation of a project’s physical, functional, cost and planning characteristics.
Implementing BIM processes and technologies brings many significant benefits for the construction industry. However as with any new venture it can go wrong, resulting in wasted investment.
As the required use of Building Information Modelling (BIM) within projects swiftly approaches, many companies are vocal about their hesitations and concerns of using this method of collaboration.