According to a survey conducted by Viewpoint Construction, the main barrier that’s preventing businesses from using BIM in their projects is the lack of training that’s received. Without this, it can be very time-consuming and complicated to adopt BIM into the business.
There are plenty of reasons why using BIM is growing in popularity – whether that’s because construction related companies are benefitting directly from things like clash detection, material or product stock management or through the processes that are put in place to make sure each stage has been followed, communicated and managed accordingly.
Fully digitising the construction industry will take patience and is a big commitment for the businesses that have yet to start on this journey. But wouldn’t you rather be ahead of the game and get it done now before you’re required to, potentially having to rush the process later down the line? That’s what we’re here to do.
AIMIS have worked with companies nationwide, training and developing staff members’ knowledge, advising on and providing support on BIM software, and managing CDEs and BIM projects.
A BIM specialist can help firstly by assessing your business in its current state, and then talking you step by step through the actions that you need to take to integrate BIM into your business (rather than the other way around). This may include changes to certain internal processes, but usually doesn’t require a complete overhaul of the way your business works.
BIM consultants, such as AIMIS, can help to advise you on your first steps to BIM enablement with simple but knowledgeable training, talking you through the entire process and advising on the relevant adjustments you need to make.
Becoming BIM enabled doesn’t have to be a daunting task. That’s why we’ve created these guides for you to utilise on your BIM enablement journey and help you to understand the necessary steps of becoming BIM Enabled.
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