Who is Benefiting from BIM in the Construction Industry?

In this blog series, you will find out how the various players in the Construction Industry

  • Clients and facility managers, to be published 2 July 2021
  • Contractors and sub-contractors, to be published 9 July 2021
  • Architects and engineers, to be published 16 July 2021

can fully embrace the BIM culture and get more projects with fewer people

2020 accelerated the need for technology, and 2021 will be an inflection point for the construction industry, an opportunity for transformation.

Driving Vision cannot predict the future but with our partners, we can help you prepare for what is next. As we enter the next decade of construction, only one thing is certain, more change is coming.

As you are planning for the future, questions are inevitable. Get in touch with us we may have the answer, if not we will find it for you!

Driving Vision believes that every discipline in the construction industry can realise significant benefits on projects by using BIM processes and tools to streamline the delivery of assets with extremely high quality and performing well.

BIM works for any type of project, large or small, infrastructure, buildings, renovation, landscape, private or public.

What is BIM?

BIM is a way of working together it gives you the ability to scope, plan, design, track, view, construct, and maintain your projects in an environmentally friendly way.

All stakeholders in a project can access a huge volume of data simultaneously, creating a complete digital description of a building project in a single, always updated file. The model is built up using a library of standard objects.

The use of automation in BIM gives you time to consider the sustainability of the project. It enables designers and planners to create more cost and schedule scenarios in a fraction of the time, allowing them to think more creatively about new sustainability solutions.

BIM moves documentation and designs out of a ring binder into a digital space, making

  • collaboration,
  • visualisation and decision making transparent and timely,
  • through automated and integrated processes.
  • to get the most out of BIM you have to invest in employee training. Getting the most out of your BIM tools is not easy but with the right training and coaching you may enjoy a 24% higher profit margin versus companies that don’t invest in people training

How can Driving Vision help?

Driving vision helps you at every stage of a project to simplify the difficult and automate the mundane.

We have developed a platform and services to facilitate collaboration between project participants, reducing errors and field changes and leading to a more efficient and reliable delivery process that reduces project time and cost.

We identify your needs, design a bespoke BIM implementation plan, facilitate coordination between all participants, provide you with the correct technology, and offer ongoing support. Find out more

Contact us to see how we can improve your collaboration, visualisation, streamline your workflow, train your workforce, and save you money.

Implementing BIM can be daunting, but Driving Vision is here to help you at the pace you are comfortable with. Get started by getting in touch now

What would you do differently if you outsourced the BIM implementation and coordination to us?

The BIM Culture changes the way you think and act

  • Your staff will be encouraged to work in a consistent, predictable and cohesive way
  • All information is connected a powerful way to manage project data from concept to design, through preconstruction all the way to handover

Seamless Data Transfer

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Enhances collaboration between team members

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Allows you to build green constructible assets on budget and on time

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