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Monday, March 29, 2021


Mark Senior

This is absolutely spot on. Your point about design intent resonated with me especially, as does the point about getting BIM data into the right hands. Interoperability is what will make or break BIM ultimately – and I also wonder whether reality capture data might help designers to create more construction-friendly plans.


A Contractor’s View of BIM (part i)

I hope part ii is better. Nothing in part 1 that supports "he thought that BIM was “generally a nice idea, but a waste of money and resources.” "

Hope that this will be explained in part ii.

In fact part i seems to support BIM "It answers questions. That’s a hugely powerful tool to have." but is extremely light on detail.

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