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Facility managers can minimize delays and unexpected costs by being proactive.
The development and use of BIM provides value to Architects, Engineers & Contractors (AEC) by reducing project risk, costs, and time while improving the overall quality of the project via improved communication and collaboration of design intent.
If an AEC professional uses BIM for a building project and one of the components fails due to a problem with the software, who is ultimately responsible?
Facility professionals with strong leadership skills are increasingly in demand at healthcare and higher education institutions.
A new report by the National Institute of Building Sciences Consultative Council highlights four areas where the industry and the nation need to focus their efforts in order to improve buildings and infrastructure.
The city’s Department of Buildings inspectors can now take a virtual tour of how a new building or major renovation will be constructed.
At $9.5 million, rehab of the university’s first research building for the college of architecture exemplifies innovation and preserves the legacy of Bauhaus-influenced functionalism.
A new science education and research center at Georgia State University fosters innovative collaboration.
This new resource details how design-build teams can make the greatest use of a technology that is transforming the A/E/C industry.
Using the latest devices, it is possible for fms to measure a space far more accurately, with less disruption to employees, and in a fraction of the time it would have taken with an old fashioned tape measure.