3 Tips for your BIM Execution Plan BEP! There are three essential components to a successful BIM Execution Planning process: PLANNING, SCOPING, and MANAGEMENT. Without these three elements in place, it’s almost impossible for teams to effectively collaborate and generate useful, accurate, and reliable deliverables. In this blog post, I will discuss each of these components in more detail and explain how they work together to create a successful BIM Execution Plan 💪
I share my views on how BIM improves communication and collaboration on design and construction projects. BIM can help to ensure that everyone is on the same page and working towards the same goal.
Here I list the 50 most common BIM acronyms and explain their meanings. So whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting out, read on for all the information you need about BIM acronyms!
BIM (Building Information Modeling) is a process that can be used at every stage of the construction process, from design through to completion. Here I share my top 10 ways you can use BIM in construction workflows! Also, I add some bonus content at the end – so keep reading 🙂
Have you ever wondered what all of the hullabaloo is about Building Information Modeling Technology? Wonder no more! In this post, I will break it down for you, so that you can understand what all of the fuss is about.
As a contractor, using BIM in construction can help you manage your project better. Here are my six tips to get started!
If you’re in the market for the best BIM software, you’ll want to check out this list of my top 10 favorite BIM programs. I share what I like about each BIM tool and my thoughts on what makes each one slightly different. It’s a great list of BIM software, but you might have more you would like to add too!
If you’re looking for better communication and collaboration among team members, then you need to start using a BIM platform! Here are ten reasons why.
BIM quality control is essential for four main reasons: first, because BIM models are used to make decisions about buildings’ design, construction, and operation. If the models are not of high quality, then these decisions will not be based on accurate or complete information. Second, because BIM models are often used to create visualizations (e.g., renderings and animations), if the quality of the model is not good, then the visuals will also not be good. Third, because BIM models are used to generate data used in analysis and simulation; if the quality of the model is not good, then the results of the analysis and simulation will also not be accurate. Finally, because BIM models are used as a basis for facility management
Here’s A BIM Management Case Study Showing 3 Simple Steps How Plannerly Helped Me Make Building Information Modeling Faster, Easier, and More Efficient!
Are you a BIM Manager? Learn about 3 simple steps to make your BIM management more organized and efficient. This company presents how they used Plannerly to make their Building Information Modeling (BIM) more organized and efficient.