The Ten Pillars of BIM-Readiness
Streamlining systems for consistency, best practice, a trustworthy basis for collaboration, and lower risk of human error
In this opinion piece, Alec Milton, Head of DMS Development, presents ten foundational pillars for ensuring your document management procedures, forms, records and naming conventions align to the practices required by Building Information Modelling (BIM) Level 2.
This paper will be of interest and value to all professionals in architecture, engineering and construction companies involved in the creation, development and use of drawings and models, documents and data, information and the exchanging and sharing thereof.
From the office to the site, anywhere at any time, the importance of ‘fail-safe’ strategies and approaches to the information environment that surrounds and supports the design process cannot be overemphasised. This paper explores why.
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The construction industry isn’t perfect. There are plenty of challenges that the industry faces…some are more easily rectified than others. In this paper we will talk about how Autodesk BIM 360 is a tool to help solve some of those issues we are facing and how Symetri can ensure you are successful in implementing these solutions.Learn more
Data Management mean can mean different things to different people and businesses. For the purposes of this document we are defining Data Management as a strategy for managing your product related data and information, with an overriding engineering processes, all in one single location. This generally breaks down into three important topics: Data, People and Process.Learn more