BIM – Productivity with a capitol “B”

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By creating a proper BIM project, you have your entire project in electronic format, thus multiple processes can be performed to benefit your design including; carbon footprint evaluation, quantity take-off, visualisation & numerous other possibilities. It simplifies your workflow and enables project collaboration. Thus working locally or across borders has never been easier.

“Consultants can receive the building data in electronic format, regardless of which CAD platform they are on, make changes and return the file to you for further work without any loss of the BIM data in the process. Comprehensive schedules and bills of materials are available for builders and sub-contractors, as well as drawings of scale-sensitive details. Builders can plan tasks, create time-based animations and document any phase of a building’s construction or demolition. And developers can use the photo-realistic renderings for a sales brochure.”

-André Strauss

https://bimblogsa.wordpress.com/2011/05/11/what-should-an-architectural-bim-software-do-for-you/

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