Building Information Modelling or BIM, as it is popularly known as, is the process by which a building’s features can be digitally developed. This model, once created,
can be used throughout the lifetime of the building but it needs to be implemented using software only specific to BIM like the ArchiCAD or Revit software.
One of the biggest advantages of BIM is that it makes the whole construction process relatively risk-free. In order to facilitate the safety of the worksite both for the current times and in the future, BIM can be used to:
BIM also enables construction and building specialists to forecast and predict the LEED credits that they will attain. Since LEED is the most popular global rating system for green building, acquiring credits from it has considerable economic and sociological vale.
BIM or Building Information Modelling is said to be the future of the construction industry. It is said to be a trend which will change the face of the construction industry in a way that will be both impressive and advantageous. Designing, planning, construction and even the management of the buildings and other construction worksites can be made to become easier and much more risk free than it is now,