Building Information Modeling: An Intro for Owners

Sophisticated owners increasingly demand Building Information Modeling methodology on their construction projects, further cementing BIM as a major component of the delivery process. Though its use is becoming more widespread, industry experts agree that BIM standardization and best practices are, at best, slowly taking shape, and at worst, far from realization.

In order for owners to develop solid BIM programs with tangible returns on investment, they must execute proper front-end planning and integrated implementation of BIM guidelines. Getting the most value out of BIM also requires foresight into practical uses for the models after construction and an awareness of the current technical challenges presented by using BIM data in everyday facility maintenance software programs.

Download this white paper to learn valuable insights and risks to consider, including the role of a PMIS to enable BIM coordination, as you begin to implement BIM as part of your project delivery strategy.

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