Project risk is high, so why create more risk by designing in
2D and communicating ideas with technical documentation?
Your peers are moving to more intelligent 3D/4D/5D
processes to minimize risk and gain better insights and
THE WHY AND HOW OF BIM FOR INFRASTRUCTURE
From efficiency and cost to advances in technology and workflows, this free infographic spells out four powerful reasons why BIM is changing transportation design around the world.
Architects and civil engineers have no choice but to get along. But different visions and goals, working methods, standards, and units of measurement are sometimes a source of friction that can get in the way.
Sometimes when it’s least expected, the dark horse wins the race. That’s how one engineering firm was inspired to move to BIM - by losing a project to a smaller firm and the engineer that demonstrated its value.
Get competitive by creating a new path forward – from process and technology to client relationships, new opportunities and more. It’s time to make a strategic shift to deliver different, better results.