BIM Strategy plan:

In construction, building information modeling (BIM) is still viewed first as a design technology and has yet to fully saturate the field. According to a study, only 41% of construction companies were using some form of BIM in the field. While the use of the revolutionary technology is steadily growing in the field, larger implementation problems exist that limit its access.

Today, 59% of companies state that their workforce doesn’t have the skills needed to work with BIM, whether or not they’ve adopted it. That means that design and construction are still fundamentally split. Furthermore, the lack of real integration between tech in the office and in the field is a major hindrance to getting BIM in the field.

However, with tools that provide the right access and the right strategy, the rich information available through BIM can make the transition from design to the field, and even through facilities management.