Over 30 pages of content for the building product manufacturer who wants to incorporate BIM into their business.
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In the last 150 years there have only been a few innovations in construction which have significantly contributed to the efficiency of building construction. Building Information Modelling (BIM) is one of these.
For building product manufacturers this is an opportunity to secure specifications and keep them firm during the construction process. To take advantage you need to understand BIM, how your products should be presented and the information that will be required. Then just as standard specifications are provided today, you will need to create BIM objects which can be emailed or downloaded from your website and imported into the different proprietary systems.
This eBook contains over 30 pages and aims to provide:
- A picture of how the UK Construction industry is adopting BIM now and into the future
- An overview of the benefits of BIM and how the product manufacturer can take advantage of these
- Insight into how BIM affects product specification
- Ideas on how to incorporate BIM into your specification sales strategy
(Published November 2013)
Government Construction Strategy
BIM – A Definition
Adoption of BIM
BIM – Delivering Cost Savings
The Benefits of BIM
The Benefits of BIM for the Manufacturer
The Barriers to BIM
Taking Advantage of BIM
Providing BIM Objects
BIM and Product Selection
How is BIM Affecting Product Selection
- Main Contractors
- Specialist Contractors
- Building Service Engineers
How will BIM Affect the Switching of Specifications
Incorporating BIM into your Specification Sales Strategy
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