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Mordue
ISBN: 978-1-119-06005-5
Paperback
408 pages
October 2015
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Learn to:

  • Design a building collaboratively using one coherent system of computer models
  • Save time, money, and effort using BIM
  • Reduce on-site errors through same-model team collaboration
  • Create better buildings that will stand the test of time

Build better with BIM! This book shows you how to get started

Building Information Modeling will soon be a mandatory practice for building industry around the world, and this friendly guide introduces you to BIM quickly and easily. You'll see how BIM is used in the real world, how it saves time and waste onsite, and how it leads to fewer errors. You'll discover the requirements and processes, and find out why BIM is vital to the future of construction.

  • BIM basics — discover what building information modeling is all about, why it involves more than just building, what the digital modeling process means, and how collaboration works
  • Preparing the foundation — explore the technology, select the tools, find out about BIM-appropriate projects, and set up the necessary infrastructure
  • Understand the requirements — review international construction strategies and standards development and see how standardization enables BIM's effectiveness
  • Develop your own BIM strategy — set up a BIM business case, develop an execution plan, and find out how to manage the issues involved
  • Look ahead — examine trends and patterns that illustrate how BIM can help make construction safer and reduce waste

Open the book and find:

  • BIM facts and fundamentals
  • How BIM will benefit your projects
  • Advice on managing the impact of change
  • A look at software, hardware, and training requirements
  • How to encourage your organization to accept BIM
  • Legal and liability issues
  • New ways to look at collaboration
  • How future technology may drive BIM
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