Many companies invest in Building Information Modeling (BIM) for better design and documentation, but business benefits drive BIM ROI (return on investment): marketing that wins work, greater efficiency that increases profit margins, and better insight that improves project quality.
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Better collaboration results in better project outcomes
BIM gives global engineering firm AECOM a competitive edge.
Changing the nature of construction processes
WSP Flack + Kurtz discusses how BIM is transforming construction efficiency.
Are your buildings energy-efficient?
Use BIM workflows to quickly identify candidates for retrofits.
REM for existing buildings
High-performance building design
New Revit analysis tools advance simulation-led design.
High-performance design solutions
Value of BIM in North America
Business benefits propel BIM adoption from 17% in 2007 to 71% in 2012.
SmartMarket Report: Value of BIM
Growth in BIM for infrastructure
Business value drives growth of BIM for infrastructure projects.
SmartMarket Report: Infrastructure
BIM for sustainable design
BIM enables sustainable design and helps improve building performance.
SmartMarket Report: Green BIM
Get more value from your BIM processes
Autodesk collaboration and data management products support BIM workflows that enable multidisciplinary, 3D model-based collaboration in the office and on-site.
BIM data management and collaboration