BIM is a relatively new technology especially in the construction sector, an industry which is slow to adapt to change. It is often claimed that BIM would offer considerable value to the building industry through:
- Improving productivity via collaboration of data and information
- Increasing speed of delivery, fewer mistakes
- And reducing overall costs
A few myths (not so promising experiences) have been keeping architecture practice directors/owners hesitant in implementing BIM in their system. This presentation will discuss the challenges and truth behind adapting BIM system in architecture practice in New Zealand.