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Saturday, August 22, 2009

The World According to BIM, Part 3 | Cadalyst

Repost: http://www.cadalyst.com/aec/the-world-according-bim-part-3-12881
August 20, 2009 By: Pete Zyskowski

Careful assessment and planning can position your firm for a fool-resistant transition to building information modeling.

Foolproof is a loaded word. I have found that there is always some fool who is so foolish as to fool your foolproof plan into becoming a flummoxed failure. (Now, say that ten times fast, and with feeling.) My team works every day to help people implement all three flavors of Autodesk Revit, and although we aim to develop foolproof plans, we're happy if what we achieve is fool-resistant.

How do you ensure a fool-resistant BIM (building information modeling) implementation? So many variables are involved in a full Revit implementation that it would be impossible to present an approach that covers every possible scenario and works for every firm. Instead, I'd like to share a general overview of the important considerations you'll need to address as you work with an implementation consultant to prepare for the process.

This wraps up a trio of articles I have written for Cadalyst about understanding — and readying your company for — the leap to BIM. See also Part 1 and Part 2.

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