Construction Goes Digital. Is Your Firm Keeping Up?
Imagine a single, scalable, and intelligent building prototype that generates the data needed to ensure the smooth completion of a specific construction project. This data-driven model integrates all building planning and management processes. Sans the siloed functions and outdated systems, it reinforces better coordination among the construction team: This is Building Information Modeling or BIM. BIM is a software-based process of managing and planning a major construction project. It provides more than the dimensions, such as width and height, needed to construct a building; it also features construction timelines, costs, building management data, and ROI analysis. A shared resource for infrastructure information, it keeps all members of the construction team—from the engineers to the building owners to the contractors—informed of every single update and movement.
Learn more about BIM and its benefits for your construction firm and organization. Check out the infographic below.