BIM

 

BIM

  • Side Benefits of BIM

    Maybe you're tired of hearing that BIM promises a "revolution" in building design. Why adopt it now? Here are a few good reasons.

     
  • The Future of BIM

    New software promises to make a firm's design process more efficient, but some fear that it may sideline the architect's contribution.

     
  • Model Citizen

    Inside the office of one of the industry's premier model-makers.

     
  • It's Out of My Hands

    The chairman of RTKL tells you when and how to outsource work.

     
  • Samples

    A roundup of industry news.

     
  • BIM on a Budget

    Three-dimensional design for less, courtesy of ArchiCAD Start.

     
  • Focusing on BIM, AIA Launches New IPD Agreements

    The AIA officially has released two new integrated-project delivery (IPD) agreements to help the industry adopt morecollaborative processes and take full advantage of building information modeling (BIM).

     
  • connecting the dots

    building information modeling is poised to bundle a fragmented design and construction process.

     
  • The Point-and-Click Specifications

    Richard Lew is trying out a new way to do his job: an online internet portal for design documentation called USG Design Studio, launched last year by the Chicago-based gypsum wallboard and drywall manufacturer.

     
  • Reed's Acquisition of Tectonic Could Accelerate BIM Revolution

    Reed Construction Data of Atlanta, a division of the $10 billion Reed Elsevier publishing empire, is acquiring another Atlanta company, Tectonic Partners. The purchase, for an undisclosed sum, will combine Reed's massive data and marketing resources with

     
 
 
 

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