BIM technology

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Contents BIM technology Participating technologies The goal of BIM Advantages and disadvantages BIM

Contents

BIM technology
Participating technologies
The goal of BIM
Advantages and disadvantages
BIM advantages in figures
Conclusion

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BIM technology Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a digital representation of physical and

BIM technology

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a digital representation of physical

and functional characteristics of a facility. A BIM is a shared knowledge resource for information about a facility forming a reliable basis for decisions during its life-cycle; defined as existing from earliest conception to demolition
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Participating Technologies AutoCAD AutoCAD Revit Autodesk Navisworks Autodesk Entire Portfolio Bentley-Microstation ArchiCAD, Intergraph, Solidworks

Participating Technologies

AutoCAD
AutoCAD Revit
Autodesk Navisworks
Autodesk Entire Portfolio
Bentley-Microstation
ArchiCAD, Intergraph, Solidworks

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The goal of BIM is to empower all parties involved in a construction

The goal of BIM is to empower all parties involved in

a construction project to share, collaborate and interact seamlessly, driving time and cost savings
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Improved communication between project parties. Project parties can understand and review the design

Improved communication between project parties.

Project parties can understand and review the

design more easily, which helps guarantee its accuracy and completeness, and visualize and evaluate alternatives in terms of cost and other project parameters.
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BIM throughout the project life-cycle Management of building information models BIM in construction

BIM throughout the project life-cycle

Management of building information models
BIM in construction

management
BIM in facility operation
BIM in land administration and cadastre
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Advantages Disadvantages Improved visualization Improved productivity due to easy retrieval of information Increased

Advantages Disadvantages

Improved visualization
Improved productivity due to easy retrieval of information
Increased

coordination of construction documents
Embedding and linking of vital information such as vendors for specific materials, location of details and quantities required for estimation and tendering
Increased speed of delivery
Reduced costs

The complexity of the study of technology
Expensive software

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BIM advantages in figures 20 % reduction in build costs 33% reduction of

BIM advantages in figures

20 % reduction in build costs
33% reduction of

costs over the lifetime of the building
47% to 65% reduction in conflicts and re-work during construction
44% to 59% increase in the overall project quality
35% to 43% reduction in risk, better predictability of outcomes
34% to 40% better performing completed infrastructure
32% to38% improvement in review and approval cycles
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Conclusion BIM encompasses two key attributes: Object intelligence: the ability to associate material

Conclusion

BIM encompasses two key attributes:
Object intelligence: the ability to associate material

and assembly data with graphic elements.
3D: complete 3D graphic representation of buil
dings.
But BIM is still evolving, and challenges remain. Standards for the management and exchange of data need to be agreed on.