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Category: BIM for Facility Managers - Whitepaper Series

There is a lot of good news these days for office automation in the FM industry, the least of which isn’t the advent of comprehensive CAFM systems. The most ground breaking development, however, has been the integration of Building Information Modeling (BIM) into these CAFM systems, which has opened up new and exciting avenues for information transfer from the AEC industry to facility management outfits.
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Category: BIM for Facility Managers - Whitepaper Series

The last few decades have seen the Facilities Management industry go far beyond the mere maintenance and upkeep of buildings and fixed assets. A new outlook and a holistic approach towards FM have increased the dependency of the industry on ready availability of the information it needs to function properly. To achieve this greater information flow, facility managers today are increasingly gravitating towards upcoming and established automation technologies, some of which are already being used extensively by AEC professionals.
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Category: BIM for Facility Managers - Whitepaper Series

The latest statistics for the AEC industry suggests that the use of BIM has brought about a paradigm shift in the way buildings are being designed and constructed. Numerous architecture, engineering, and construction firms have adopted BIM as the centerpiece of their operational procedures, and in the process, gained new insights into the finer details of design and construction. Not to mention, the tangible bottom line benefits BIM brings to the table.
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Category: BIM for Facility Managers - Whitepaper Series

According to the latest SmartMarket Report by McGraw-Hill Construction, there has been a massive surge in the percentage of AEC companies adopting BIM for their operations, in the last half a decade. From a mere 17% in 2007, to a healthy 49% in 2009, it peaked at about 71% by the end of 2012. Interestingly, more construction firms - 74% of them, are using BIM, as against the 70% of BIM using architectural outfits. This is an unprecedented trend. 49% of the firms using BIM, have already been with it for over five years, the report says.
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Category: BIM in Practice - Whitepaper Series

From the largest to the smallest AEC project, there is one common issue that is very serious - collaboration challenges. For any building project to be successful, there are a number of professionals who have to collaborate and be able to seamlessly exchange information. These professionals may belong to different organizations (may be architecture firms, engineering companies, general contractors or subcontractors). These team need to collaborate, despite their different styles of working and diverse priorities. This seemingly Herculean task has been made possible by model based design (BIM) collaboration.
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Category: BIM in Practice - Whitepaper Series

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is evolving at a rapid pace and companies are increasingly realizing the worth of the product. This new concept promises better problem solving, more effective communication and faster project building in a more cost effective way. From conceptual stage to design, construction and throughout the lifecycle of the project, BIM ensures better decision making.
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Category: BIM in Practice - Whitepaper Series

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is not just a technology. It has brought about a mammoth change that has entirely altered the face of the Architecture, Engineering and Construction industry. BIM implementation requires a change in both technology and process. Effective implementation of BIM requires adopting new processes and workflows and quitting the traditional ways of doing business.
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Category: BIM in Practice - Whitepaper Series

The “I” in BIM is the most powerful aspect of a construction project using Building Information Modeling. It is the underlying force that binds project stakeholders and facilitates communication, transfer or delivery of the project. Managing BIM expertise in an organization principally requires the management of information flow and exchange among various stakeholders involved in the project. The overriding concept is to make sure that architects, engineers, contractors, project managers and other parties are all leveraging BIM from early conceptualization and design phase to project completion.
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Category: BIM in Practice - Whitepaper Series

A study on BIM adoption conducted by the NBS National Survey showed that 78% of the surveyed professionals considered BIM as the future of project information. However, four out of five respondents voiced their concerns around the industry still being unclear of what actually BIM is capable of doing. Construction industry professionals are still apprehensive about embracing BIM in its entirety for their building projects. Although BIM implementation is an uphill task, the right approach can save AEC firms a lot of effort and cost in the adoption of this revolutionary technology.
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Category: BIM in Practice - Whitepaper Series

Implementation of BIM in an organization can be a rather uncomplicated and speedy process; provided it is preceded by the appropriate amount of preparation and planning. This ‘appropriate amount’ depends largely upon the processes and goals of an individual firm. Let us have a look at the four generic phases of BIM implementation.
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