It’s only 30 years away. The UN reports there will be 9.7 billion people living on the planet (two-thirds living in cities) by 2050. To support that population, the construction industry will need to build an average of 13,000 buildings every day and construct 700,000 miles of roads and nearly 90,000 bridges every year through 2050.
Without technology, including BIM (Building Information Modeling) and industrialized construction (prefabrication), the odds are against the building industry to meet the demand—particularly given its lagging productivity and increasing labor shortage.
But competition to deliver better building and infrastructure projects has led architecture, engineering, and construction companies around the world to adopt BIM. And in emerging markets, which tend to be slower to move from 2D to 3D modeling, governments are looking at best practices (such as the UK’s BIM mandate) to catch up.
What is BIM?
BIM is an intelligent 3D model-based process. It gives AEC professionals the insight and tools to create and manage building and infrastructure projects faster, more economically, and with less environmental impact.
“In 2016, 82% of professionals surveyed worldwide said BIM is the future of project informations”
Some of the top uses of BIM:-
- 3D Visualization
- Clash Detection
- Performance Analysis
Who Benefits from BIM?
Projects are becoming more and more complex; therefore, a variety of professionals from small, medium, and large firms are finding value through BIM. The following are samples of group of people that would benefits from BIM:-
- Building Owners
- Building Industry
- Sustainability Specialists
Year 2020 with Autodesk BIM
With the adoption of BIM, other than it will increased productivity and efficiency, it also will help to improve project outcomes, reduce cost and risk, offers better collaboration and coordination, and it will also help to reduce the number of works.
Get more information on BIM and it’s adoption in Malaysia including the government mandates or policies regarding BIM. Come and join us together on this informative seminar on BIM adoption in the year 2020 with our technical specialist on this upcoming 27th of February 2020. The details of the seminar are as follows:-
- Date: 27th February 2020
- Time: 2:00pm – 5:00pm
- Venue: The Good Batch Cafe, No 53, Jalan SS21/1A, Damansara Utama, 47400, Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
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