With conventional building techniques, information and data is often lost when leaving one phase and entering another. With BIM construction management, information is gathered and made accessible digitally for all necessary disciplines in the team. By adopting BIM, a secure information flow is created. Digital documentation exists for every stage of the construction process, from preliminary planning and design to handover and final recycling. This creates improved collaboration, accuracy, and efficiency among the stakeholders participating in the construction.
Moreover, when modifying the design, BIM in construction enables architects to foresee and avoid future building hazards. To comply with safety rules and pass on-site inspections, contractors may also guide their staff safely through every stage of the workflow and record the procedure.
Hence, as a part of your organization’s data governance, forming a BIM strategy is key to becoming an optimized and data-driven organization in the building industry. Setting requirements and best practices for planning, handover, and maintaining data enable the organization to; increase productivity in tendering, improve quality assurance, avoid unforeseen events, and turn data into valuable insights for business development.