Category Archives for IPD

Integrated BIM

by James L. Salmon, Esq. The current best efforts at BIM result in something called a Federated BIM Model, which is an amalgamation of models created on disparate software platforms by a series of disparate entities bound together, at best, … Continue reading


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Organizational Change – Part I : The Catalyst

by Paolo Hilario One of the greatest challenges when instituting any form of technology or process changes within an organization is gaining the impetus necessary to fully realize the change. I have had the fortune of meeting many amazingly brilliant … Continue reading


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Reinvent to Remain Relevant

by John Stebbins, Assoc. AIA As a 3D technology provider to the AEC industry for the past 22 years, I have been in a unique position to observe architect’s complaints and fears about their own profession being marginalized, especially now … Continue reading


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BIM Has Arrived by John Stebbins September 1 ’09

by John Stebbins BIM has arrived? Hasn’t BIM been around for a long time? It is true that BIM ‘authoring tools’ have been around a long time. In fact ArchiCAD has been in use world-wide for 26 years, Autodesk Revit … Continue reading


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