The hugely popular Little book of BIM (2019 edition) is back with newly revised content, including ISO 19650. Access all the key definitions, acronyms and updated BIM guiding principles commonly used in describing BIM and its related processes.
If you’re looking to become a preferred supplier to a main contractor, or want to add extra value to your credentials, BIM (Building Information Modelling) can be a powerful differentiator.
Recently, we’ve seen organizations recognizing the need for faster, more efficient delivery of infrastructure or building projects. There has been more take-up from smaller businesses and SMEs who wish to demonstrate their BIM capability, and large organizations lending a helping hand to get all involved in the collaborative process. However, some construction companies still don’t fully understand how BIM fits into their organizations.
The Little Book of BIM (2019 edition) serves as a quick reference guide to the very latest standards and definitions for BIM Asset Management, BIM Objects and BIM Design and Construction. Use it to improve your team’s understanding. Download your free version now.
Source: Construction Manager