BIM plans, standards and other documents have a tendency towards excessive detail in which important issues are lost. In this post I explain that the quality of a BIM plan is much more important that the quantity (or weight) of the document
Month: July 2016
Beware the technology magpie
A common phenomenon with technology (and specifically BIM) is to focus on the shiny and disregard the dull. In this post, I argue that the dull is quite often more important and valuable.
Articulating the benefits of BIM
The benefits of BIM have generally been poorly explained and communicated. Depending who you ask, you may get a jargon-laden and overly technical explanation, or a vague & salesy definition. This post covers the issues and includes a simple, plain English description of the benefits of BIM.