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BIM delivers benefits throughout the building project lifecycle. Make better design decisions, build more efficiently and manage and maintain building portfolios more effectively.
BIM technology supports architects throughout the lifecycle of design. Explore how BIM for architecture helps you:
Learn ways to help distinguish your firm, bring in new clients and retain current clients. Get tips on effectively managing and nurturing your business.
You're not an MBA, but growing your firm's business is central to your role. Here are some tips and ideas for attracting and retaining clients.
As an architect, you put in long hours to keep your firm in business. Here are some tips to help you to remain effective while avoiding burnout.
When you're running a business, you need to make decisions about where to invest resources. Consider these factors and tools to evaluate where to invest.
Get more work done—and do better work— through connected workflows, analysis, collaboration and visualisation. Streamline project delivery and reduce waste.
Effective communication with clients can be the key to a successful architect-client relationship. Here are tips to get you off to a good start.
No architect works alone; you have many partners on any building project. Read these ideas to improve collaboration and work better together.
Harness technology to help you innovate, inspire and make an impact on the world. Learn how to design projects that will leave a legacy.
Learn how architectural beauty helped this hospital become much more than a building.
Find out how working using BIM at Lynwood House was a key component in the development of BIM competency at the architecture practice.
How can you use your architecture skills to improve the world? Earning a LEED credential extends your knowledge of sustainable design further in your practice.
Find out how the University of Salford was instrumental in collaborative BIM being used between the architectural and structural teams on the project for a high number of specialist spaces.
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