Building a Better BIM Team Checklist

June 17, 2020 Trimble Buildings

When asked about BIM, 76% of AEC professionals report reduced rework, 66% see improved budget and cost controls, and  55% have shortened their lifecycle times. 

Impressive results, right?

But what's going on with the 24 to 45 percent of architects, engineers,  and contractors that haven't been able to leverage BIM for improved outcomes?

It's important to remember three things:

  1. BIM is not a model, it's a process.
  2. People have been, and will always be, the most important part in making a process run smoothly and efficiently.
  3. Getting people to change how they work is not easy.

Use this best practices checklist to make sure you build the most effective multi-disciplinary BIM team possible: one that breaks down silos, and improves coordination and project management at every touchpoint. 

Fill out the form below to download the Building a Better BIM Team best practices checklist. 

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