Building Information Modeling (BIM) is blurring the lines between digital processing and physical systems, causing the design and build phases of projects to move closer together. Seamless integration of these processes saves time and money.
As modeling has matured, an increasing number of contractors and fabricators have embraced BIM for its exceptional value in downstream activities, such as detailing, fabrication, installation, and handover. The integrated workflow is transforming the design and construction process.
Hear from industry analyst, Stephen Jones of Dodge Data & Analytics as he presents their report "Connecting Design and Construction" which focuses on the architectural, structural, and MEP aspects of the integrated workflow for building projects.
For more information and to download Dodge Data & Analytics' SmartMarket Report, visit us at bit.ly/designandconstruction.