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Archive for the ‘BIM & Construction Technology’ Category

Apples to Oranges: Comparing BIM Scope

BIM&ConstructionTechnologyAre you trying to estimate the cost of virtual design and construction services on your next project? Does the estimated cost of BIM vary significantly from project to project and from bidder to bidder? Managing the following variables in the preconstruction process can help you compare BIM scope as apples to apples as opposed to apples and oranges. (more…)

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BIM—Revolutionary Designing

BIM&ConstructionTechnologyBIM provides a innovative and comprehensive way of designing for contractors, engineers and architects. The model-based process is more economical and causes less environmental impact. As projects have become more elaborate and complex, small and large firms are finding value using BIM.


Check out the infographic after the jump to get a better understanding of BIM’s benefits and misconceptions. (more…)

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A Look Back at 2015 and Connected Collaboration

BIM&ConstructionTechnologyAs we move into 2016, it is a time for many to pause and take note of what has transpired in the past year–what goals we accomplished, what growth we experienced, areas where we may have fallen short. It is also a time to start looking toward the coming year and contemplate aspirations for 2016.   (more…)

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New BIM Guideline in Development

BIM&ConstructionTechnologyA new building information modeling (BIM) guideline is being developed by the National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS). The goal? To help teams use BIM during design, construction, and operations, allowing for better support for facility performance requirements and uniform deliveries of BIM projects across markets.


Check out the full article here.


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Job Well Done—Ahead of Schedule

BIM&ConstructionTechnologyMcKenney’s installed a 900-ton air-cooled chilled water plant and associated distribution system for a new 1.5MW data center in Alpharetta, Georgia.


Tags: BIM & Construction Technology, Project Highlights