“Next level” BIM: Achieving an integrated working method in seven steps
Digital design with BIM is continuing to advance everywhere. In addition to the benefits that architects, engineers and specialist designers can see – such as a high level of efficiency and maximum cost reliability in the design and building phase – it is the clients and real estate operators who are recognizing the added value of building information modeling with increasing awareness. But there are only a few regulations at the international level that shape the digital design method in projects.
Every country seems to want to go its own. And rightly so: construction is anchored in the respective country’s DNA. That means it is just as varied as the people themselves who shape the country‘s culture.
Then there are the different professional profiles of architects, engineers and specialist designers. BIM must also take account of the resulting social characteristics - and still define design processes that have international validity.
- Developing universal design rules
- Defining the BIM design depth in the BIM development stages
- Supporting the database-oriented design process
- Considering diversity with national adjustments
- Meaningfully supplementing standards and regulations
- Unifying cde: DIN standard with international appeal
- Use BIM level 3 today
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