Monthly Archives for May 2009

Selling Short

by Scott Glazebrook Some have sold Building Information Modeling (B.I.M.) as a panacea tool to solve all the embedded and inherent problems perceived in the architectural profession: to streamline a firm’s productivity, to reduce errors and omissions, to better coordinate … Continue reading


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How Much to Model? – Part 1

by Rob Oberle The transition to BIM by an architectural firm goes beyond learning how to model, use new software or set up office standards. It requires all of this as well as support from the top down of the … Continue reading


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