Building Information Modelling (BIM) is changing how buildings, infrastructure and utilities are planned, designed, built and managed.
In its broadest sense, Building information modelling, or BIM as it is widely known is the collective pooling and sharing of information on a project. Covering every phase of the product life cycle from the early stages of conceptualisation through design, manufacture, construction, operation, maintenance right through to the eventual recycling of the building.
BIM can be described as a digital prototype of a building representing both its physical and functional characteristics. It is an intelligent model-based design process that reduces costs across the entire lifecycle of building and infrastructure projects.
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