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Take on the infrastructure projects of tomorrow with BIM

The adoption of BIM for civil infrastructure projects is spreading rapidly across the globe, driven by the potential to unlock 15–25% savings for the global infrastructure market by 2025.

Take a look at the driving factors behind this.

BIM users see a wide range of benefits on civil projects

58% of BIM users

... say they benefit from collaboration among different companies and team members on a project

45% of BIM users

... say BIM helps improve client satisfaction

35% of BIM users

... say BIM helps enhance an organization‘s reputation as a leader


Factors driving BIM adoption:

Owner impetus: One in three infrastructure owners request BIM, and there is a growing trend to mandate the use of BIM on government-funded projects

Standards: BIM standards ensure consistency in measurement and analysis

Scalability: Project size matters on the perceived ROI

Complexity: Project complexity is often ranked as the top factor for using BIM

Training: Continued training on BIM platforms and best practices for integration with other software systems are essential to building momentum

Use throughout project lifecycle: BIM is valuable not only during development and construction but also during O&M phases 

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BIM workflow for civil projects