Category Archives: BIM

What BIM is Not

To get the maximum value out of BIM it needs to be introduced at the start of a project and continue throughout the lifecycle of an asset. Continue reading

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BIM Social Network

The company has pioneered the first web-based portal that brings BIM professionals together Continue reading

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Adoption of 3D Workflows

Trust me, we are many years away from the widespread adoption of 3D workflows by public transportation agencies in the U.S. Continue reading

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Quantifying BIM Benefits

Thinking a bit more broadly today, here is a very well written article in Sourceable┬áthat takes a very honest and critical look at quantifying the benefits of BIM – building information modeling and by association 3D. The bottom line is … Continue reading

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USIBD Requests Input on Standards

A tremendous amount of work has gone into this project – now it’s our turn to contribute. Continue reading

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Trimble Introduces 3D BIM Consulting

Trimble’s services will include four elements: 3D Model Evaluation, 3D Modeling, 3D Laser Scanning and 3D Modeling from Scanned Point Cloud. Continue reading

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A Better Definition of BIM

I had a number of short, but interesting conversations with industry guru Joe Francica at Directions Magazine this week. Continue reading

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Scott Page Design

Scott Page has an eye for creating beautiful point cloud panoramas of building interiors. Continue reading

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3D BIM Creation Using 3D Laser Scanning

Webinar on fast tracking the creation of a highly detailed architectural and MEP existing conditions 3D BIM model for a hospital expansion project. Continue reading

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Laser Scanning is Not a Luxury

This message echoed a call I had earlier today from a friend at a civil survey firm telling me that the growth in their scanning business is coming from architects Continue reading

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