Autodesk’s Take on the Future of BIM

21 July 2022Architecture and Engineering, autodesk, Construction, Digital Transformation, MEP, Revit, Uncategorized


Autodesk’s Take on the Future of BIM
Building information modeling (BIM) is a valuable process that everyone on a project can participate in and make use of. From owner and project manager to foreman and skilled trades, workers can see improved results quickly. Even better, BIM tools and processes are well suited to mobile devices.

Where does the construction industry stand today with its use of BIM? To illustrate, Autodesk recently published the following infographic.

BIM is all about connection and communication.

Taking the mystery out of the BIM process can make you a hero in your company. BIM can be your company’s solution for getting ahead in a competitive industry.

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