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How one architecture firm got started with BIM in just one week
Christine Grape, managing director of Dark Arkitekter in Oslo, says the transition to BIM gave her firm “a huge advantage.” Learn how they were able to ramp up in one week and how it transformed their firm.
“We just took the software out of the box and used it and that worked,” says architect Lars Ribbum. BIM helped Ribbum’s firm in several key areas:
Tracking all information in one model improved collaboration enormously
Detecting errors at the very early stage
Creating new designs that otherwise wouldn’t have been possible.
Architecture firms should invest in Building Information Modeling (BIM) now because they are increasingly faced with a need for BIM certification. If your business is ready to make the move, consider first giving BIM a test drive in a pilot project. This free e-book will help you understand how adopting BIM would affect the way you work and provides tips to push it through successfully.
How All Kinds of BIM Pilot Projects Can Make a Splash
Once your architecture firm decides to take the plunge with building information modeling, how you go about getting your feet wet can take many forms. These three small firms have all successfully adopted BIM with smart decisions about pilot projects, training, and documenting work processes. Read on to find out why BIM has proven indispensable.
Success Stories: Winning More Work and Increasing Profitability with BIM
Around the world, architecture firms are adopting BIM because it helps them do better work and broaden their range of billable services. BIM makes it easier to “see” building design, facilitates communication with partners, and can keep projects under budget and ahead of schedule. It provides the tools they need to open up new business opportunities and stay ahead.
In this e-book, leading architectural firms share some of the ways BIM has helped them to stay successful in a competitive industry.