What is the BIM-methodology?
BIM stands for Building Information Modelling. The idea is to create a digital 3D model of the building before it is built. This helps to plan and design the building more efficiently. BIM is a set of standards developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). The BIM method manages information from concept to completion and provides a borderless picture of a project in a seamless digital file.
BIM 6D stands for Building Information Modelling in 6 dimensions and is an extension of the 3D models used in architectural drawings. It includes aspects such as time, costs, safety and sustainability in a unified model.
What are the advantages?
BIM is a modelling and management process for the design and construction of buildings. It is a 3D information model that is continuously developed in all planning and construction phases.
BIM has many advantages over other systems, such as:
- Increased safety in the construction process
- Increased attention to detail
- Easy coordination between different Teams
- Simple transfer of inventory data to CAFM software
What are the disadvantages?
BIM is not able to present a complete picture of the construction process. This can lead to complications and unforeseen costs. Overall, the BIM method causes increased effort in planning and implementation, but makes up for this with its advantages.
Where did the BIM idea (presumably) originate?
The BIM methodology is a computer-aided design and drafting technique that can be used in architecture, engineering, manufacturing and construction. It has its origins in the Building Information Modelling (BIM) system developed by NIST in 1977.
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