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Using BIM and VDC to defend against poor construction planning

June 21, 2021

BIM first entered the scene a few decades ago as a way to help teams better visualize completed projects, coordinate scheduling and finish work faster and more efficiently.

It offered a new way to manage project information, strengthen design team interaction and transform 2D plans into data-rich 3D models. Over the years, new features continue to advance the ways in which BIM can be used.

Today, BIM still plays a crucial role in design and construction — but there are ways to augment the models to improve the way teams design, build and operate facilities.

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