With BIM property management services, teams can make and share digital models much faster than they could with paper blueprints, increasing quality and saving time. All stakeholders can access them at any time, so there is less chance of miscommunication. When everyone starts out on the same page, operations, maintenance and development of the premises works smoothly eliminating unforeseen events and mistakes.
BIM is also more transparent than other methods. A feature in many BIM programs called “clash detection” shows where a model might have problems. Stakeholders can see if something doesn’t fit or breaks a building code and fix it before construction starts, so there is no need to redo the work.
Hence, as a part of your organization’s data governance forming a BIM property management strategy is key for data-driven processes. Setting requirements and best practices for planning, handover, and maintaining data enables the organization to; increase productivity in tendering, improve quality assurance, avoid unforeseen events, and turn data into valuable insights for business development.