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BIM in Construction ManagementX

Drones Technology for AEC Industry-A boon!

Could BIM be integrated with Drones? Yes… And for no surprise Drones have arose as powerful technology to bolster BIM technology in many ways.

The Architects Client - BIM and the Construction Industry

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.

BIM and Asset Data Management

There are many reasons why asset data that is passed from design & construction to facility management is bad: no incentives for designers and builders to collect and document it in a better way, facility ...

4 ways to reduce construction costs through using BIM

Before we get onto discussing how BIM can help you reduce construction costs we should first discuss what BIM is. We’re guessing you probably already know what BIM is, but if not here are a ...

6 Ways Outsourcing BIM Services Can Benefit Business Owners

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is increasingly seen as a tool to enhance efficiency and improve profit margins by construction firms. However, one aspect that keeps many business owners from adopting this valuable approach is the ...

BIM for Construction Phase

It has been noticed and acknowledged that every time, there is a massive waste of time and money generated because the projects always go over the stipulated financial plan or deadline. One of the major ...

Building Information Modeling for Owners

BIM is now in widespread use worldwide, with multiple applications and documented projects.

Building the case for BIM and modular construction

Politicians and architects are keen to sing BIM’s praises, but its potential as a powerful tool in the off-site construction sector remains largely untapped. In some cases, this is because those specifying projects don’t fully ...

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Revit 2018 is boon for Structural Engineers and MEP

Outsourcing Revit BIM projects, to Structural Engineering Firms aids you in cutting down the in-house cost of these upgrades and man-labour that follows. Using Revit for Structural and MEP aspect of building is not an ...

What is the real cost for not sharing models and who really pays?

My question is: If you share from the top down, does this have a huge effect on efficiency and cost to a project?