Although the concept of Building Information Modeling originated from architectural design, the constructors/contractors have a very important seat at the table as well. The process isn’t new in the industry, yet it is still evolving in a manner where BIM professionals make it functional for better profitability and also make them global competitors. According to a report from McGraw Hill, only 25% of the companies have adopted BIM for their projects.
Of the various reasons responsible for low adoption, one of the prominent one is to the smaller size of construction companies and contractors with limited financial resources. This hinders their growth and ability to compete on higher levels as their capability is outright rejected and undermined as compared to the BIM users. However, Outsourcing BIM services, productivity and quality of work can be enhanced - easily.
BIM helps with electronic data, to easily coordinate and collaborate
BIM assists contractors in analyzing the piece of information pertaining to a building and clubbing it with scheduling, finances and bidding the best for the project. Thus, the electronic data in the form of BIM model, allows the contractors to streamline the activities for projects, which otherwise would take up a huge time and resources. To put it in one statement, BIM enables a contractor in coming out with the best possible outcomes right from the design stage and all the way to construction and even post-construction.
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