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Tuesday, June 26, 2012

BIM, Construction and NBS: Seven key slides to include in every BIM presentation and not at RTC

Someone forwarded this to me today.  not only is it funny and true, but it's also sad that we keep having to say the same things over and over again because so many people still have no clue what BIM is, what it means and how it changes everything we do.  

Lets hope that none of these items show up on any presentations tomorrow at the Revit Technology Conference (that I sadly couldn't attend this year due to some scheduling conflicts). 

Please go to the link and read the whole thing. it's everything you ever wanted o know about BIM models and pink fluffy kittens. 


Over the last two or three years I have been to a number of BIM presentations. To celebrate 1,000 tweets I have written a short sketch taking a light-hearted look at the slides that are required to make a truly great BIM presentation.

1. The wedge diagram
Every presentation needs this. It shows the BIM maturity development process from Level-0 to the holy grail "Level-3 BIM".  Never mind the UK Gov mandating BIM on projects, all events should mandate the inclusion of this diagram in every presentation. Imagine eight presentations in one conference? - you'd get to see this slide eight times - and it gets better each time as the day goes on.
Slide 1 - Bew-Richards diagram
Read the rest here, it's great stuff. http://constructioncode.blogspot.ca/2012/06/seven-key-slides-to-include-in-every.html

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