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The benefits of BIM by Autodesk Revit.

BIM or Building Information Modeling is an intelligent process based on a 3D model that provides architectural, engineering and construction (AEC) professionals with the information and tools needed to plan, design, build and manage more efficiently buildings and infrastructure.


What are the advantages of BIM?


The BIM process makes it possible to design and document building and infrastructure projects. All the information about buildings and infrastructures is modeled and entered in the BIM. The model can be used for analysis purposes to explore different variations of projects and also allows the creation of visualizations to better understand the building before it is constructed. The model is then used to generate the project documentation for its construction. Why is BIM management important? According to United Nations estimates, the world population is expected to reach 10 billion people by 2050. The global architecture, engineering and construction (ACS) sector is responsible for the creation of spaces and places of life for the population. In addition, the owners and prime contractors are responsible for the management and maintenance of these assets. The sector needs to find smarter and more efficient design methods to design and construct buildings, not only to meet global demand, but also to create more pleasant, sustainable, smarter and more economical spaces.



BIM management not only enables design and construction teams to work more efficiently, but also to capture the data they create in the process to improve their management and maintenance. BIM data can also provide information on planning and resource management at the project, city, territory or country level. This is the reason why the use of BIM is becoming compulsory all over the world, especially in public markets.

“The BIM process supports the creation of intelligent data that can be used throughout the lifecycle of the building or infrastructure construction project. " Global BIM obligations


Regulations in many countries around the world require the mandatory use of BIM for new building and infrastructure construction projects in public procurement. These countries include Brazil, Chile, South Korea, Denmark, Finland, Italy, Norway, United Kingdom, Singapore, and Vietnam.

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