As the design and construction industry refines its use of BIM, the learning curve is being eliminated. But like most technologies, BIM’s value is enhanced with the migration into related areas and the development of new applications. Adopting the BIM process for renovations is a natural progression, but one with unique challenges. It requires a modified approach, but still delivers strong results for clients.
Reprinted from Constructech (March/April 2013)
BIM is here to stay. It’s a process that has proven value both as a management tool and as a mechanism for delivering efficiencies to project teams. And, as an industry, we’re just beginning to scratch the surface of what BIM can do.
Reprinted from ConstructionTODAY (Published by the General Building Contractors Association of Philadelphia; Fall 2012)
Clients are moving quickly toward a BIM-based workflow to enhance maintenance operations. CM’s can play a critical role by ensuring building owners receive the information generated by the design and construction BIM process. How can the project team capture those efficiencies?
Reprinted from Environmental Design + Construction (January 2014)
Building Information Modeling provides great advantages to the project team. So how do we harness the power of BIM technology for utilization by our customers after construction is completed? The answer is Building Information Management for Facilities.
Reprinted from Modern Contractor Solutions (December 2013)
A lot has been written about BIM. Still unsure if it’s right for you? Here’s a straight-forward description of why we use BIM and the value it can deliver to your next project.
Reprinted from Project Management, published by PSMJ Resources (March 2013)