January 7, 2015

There are few experiences that test the mettle of corporate leadership like implementing radical change within a large organization. While business transformations are nothing new to industry, the kind of transformation we are seeing from Building Information Modeling (BIM) today presents a new and unique set of challenges for the infrastructure industry, owing in large part to the technical complexity, scheduling, and financing of today’s projects.

For the complex and highly diverse companies that carry out these projects, the successful implementation of BIM poses distinct challenges at every level and requires a careful and structured approach that takes into consideration the many integrated components of an organization’s business. With these challenges in mind, organizations are deciding to implement BIM due to the clear benefits at many levels offered by this innovative yet common sense approach. We know that implementing BIM starts with vision and leadership, but it is ultimately driven and successfully carried out through effort on the “shop floor” by the individuals who will apply BIM in their day-to-day execution of projects.

To assist organizations in making a BIM business transformation a reality, this white paper will outline a high-level framework for implementing BIM—the key elements we have found every successful implementation must consider.

Read the full whitepaper to learn more about how you can take your business and teams to the next step by implementing a BIM process.

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