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
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.
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.
There is some discussion within the Australian BIM fraternity on the merits of a strategy/mandate similar to the UK. In this post, I examine the issues.
The real puzzle of BIM.
Forget crappy maths puzzles on LinkedIn or Facebook, the real challenge is how to make BIM work for you. I hope some of the posts on this blog help.
There is quite a lot of interest in ‘BIM for Infrastructure’ at the moment. However, much infrastructure design is quite different to ‘traditional’ BIM. This post examines the use of BIM in infrastructure.