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September 16, 2014
Moving to BIM can seem like a daunting task. This guide provides a simple framework that helps you get started putting BIM into practice in your organization.
Building Information Modeling is changing the way people are designing, collaborating, and predict project costs. Many companies want to move towards a BIM pilot program, but find many stumbling blocks along the way. Autodesk gathered tips and an outline to help you prepare your business.
“A BIM implementation must be supported by the business as a whole. It cannot be an IT initiative, or an R&D one, or done solely at a project or disciplinary level.”
This guide covers everything from how to integrate your first project to getting effective BIM leadership involved. Topics include:
- Bridging the GAP
- High-profile communication
- Training and education
- Contracts and legal consideration
- Compliance, auditing and quality control
- Measuring BIM maturity