Stephen Walz introduces how clients are beginning to require an integrated approach to enhance their existing Asset Management solutions. So in response, the AEC industry has started to evaluate multiple vendors, organizations, and technologies to develop proven solutions that allow for seamless migration of all design intelligence data into a federated model. He also adds that these solutions will be leveraged for interdisciplinary coordination, Model-Based QC, Model-Based Deliverables, and most importantly enable a streamlined continuation of asset management, well beyond design.
Melanie Stone shares resources explaining, planning and coordinating models for post-occupancy use.
To help those who haven't yet committed to a platform for BIM, David Butts highlights features in AutoCAD MEP, Autodesk Revit, and others.
Facilities Solutions Architect, Melanie Stone, shares a networking location and other helpful data for those working in, or wishing to understand, post-occupancy facility needs.
Todd Shackelford observes changes in the industry and cautions companies to prepare if they want to succeed.
Author Shaun Farrell with musings on BIM, and a path forward.
A series of articles paired with author James Salmon's webinar series. The focus is on the value of IPD, BIM, and lean processes.
A published "BIM Guidelines" issued by the NYC Department of Design and Construction (DDC) both enlightens and puzzles. Author Martijn de Riet attempts to sort it out.
Author William "Bill" Campbell on how to make the best use of personnel to form a cohesive, efficient BIM team.
MEP Engineer Gary Ross profiles the latest development in Revit MEP and highlights where the industry will go with future use and software development.
In a 3D world, BIM is the glue that holds design and construction together. This article sorts through the steps that a firm normally takes to go from design through construction using BIM.
Various practices of 3D visualization technology have emerged in the construction industry and continue to evolve. This article discusses the range of possibilities dependent only on creativity of the manager.
Seasoned construction and BIM specialists outline the pitfalls of substituting BIM for good ol' fashioned communication in project management.
Melanie asked our Reviteers what release they used first and found that any given Revit user you meet on our site has about six years of experience with this particular tool. Of course, 22% of AUGI’s Revit users have even more familiarity with it. That is a whole lot of BIMming going on.