The value of BIM for connecting design insights

By Anna Liza Montenegro | BIM

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is an intelligent model-based design process, providing a critical foundation to help designers, builders and owners gain a competitive advantage with the enhanced ability to access, share and use enormous amounts of information throughout the lifecycle of buildings and infrastructure.

Dodge Data and Analytics has recently performed a research focusing on using BIM processes to create more well-reasoned designs and the ability to then analyze design options to determine the best solution; including analysis of building performances starting in the conceptual stage, comparing options not only to each other but also against industry benchmarks, and leveraging computational design algorithms to shed light on the impact of specific choices.

You can watch this video as Stephen Jones, Product Specialist at Dodge Data and Analytics, discusses how design professionals are achieving the “best possible”, as opposed to the “best practical” design solutions by leveraging:

  • BIM
  • Computational Design
  • Generative Design
  • Reality Capture

To download the SmartMarket Report on Connecting Design Insights, click here.

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Connecting Design Insight

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Published on September 19, 2018 in BIM.

About the Author

Anna Liza Montenegro develops design technology conferences for architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) professionals as a forum to exchange innovative strategies, and best practices, and facilitate discussions into the technology trends driving significant change in building design and construction. As Director of Marketing and as a trained architect, these events are offered to AEC professionals by Microsol Resources, a value-added reseller of Autodesk, Bluebeam, Rhino, Chaos V-Ray & Enscape, Egnyte and other various technology partnerships.