The 4 Dimensions of BIM


Results from the 2012 BIM Maturity (BIMM) Study, Purdue University

  1. The 4 (4)  dimensions of BIM are:  Process, Information, People, and Technology

  2. The dimension of technology is the least concern to all the global experts, compared with the other three dimensions

  3. The USA experts focus more on information and training, while non-USA experts emphasize more on process and team structure.

BIG DATA = BIM
BIG DATA = BIM

 

 

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3 thoughts on “The 4 Dimensions of BIM

  1. Building Information Model (BIM) design technology. The benefits of BIM, however, extend through the entire lifecycle of a facility — design, construction, commissioning, operations and maintenance (O&M), and disposal.

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