Building Information Modeling
Resource pages for "Building Information Modeling"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
By managing information for a built asset from design and construction to operation, BIM can bridge the knowledge gap between AEC and O&M.
When the proper steps are taken during construction, facility managers can expect a smooth process from start to finish.
Digital twins exist on a spectrum: They can be whatever you need them to be and include whatever information brings value to you.
As our need to understand environmental footprinting has come into sharper focus, the role of workplace designers, engineers, contractors, facilities, and operations teams has begun to shift to one of environmental stewardship.
Vectorworks 2021 includes Vectorworks Architect, Landmark, Spotlight, Designer, and Fundamentals, as well as 2021 versions of Vision, Braceworks, and ConnectCAD.
A sound information architecture (IA) strategy is key to realizing the potential of available technologies, including artificial intelligence (AI).
After being utilized during a construction project, Building Information Modeling (BIM) can be used to assist the operations and maintenance of the facility.
Allegheny Health Network leveraged design-led construction to fast track construction and elevate patient care at a new healthcare facility.
Efficiency and sustainability will shape the future of nonresidential construction, according to a recent American Institute of Architects (AIA) survey.
We are on the cusp of the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution, which will not only change the way we interact with technology in the workplace but shape your career as a Facility Manager. View this webinar video to find out how.
The National Institute of Building Sciences buildingSMART alliance® has released the latest edition of the nation’s consensus-based standard governing building information modeling (BIM). The National BIM Standard-United States® (NBIMS-US™) Version 3 (V3) covers the full life cycle of buildings.
This building modeling tool facilitates the exchange of project information. From the June 2013 issue.