The AIA Technology in Architectural Practice Knowledge Community (TAP) serves as a resource for AIA members, the profession, and the public in the deployment of computer technology in the practice of architecture. TAP leaders monitor the development of computer technology and its impact on architecture practice and the entire building life cycle, including design, construction, facility management, and retirement or reuse.
BIMForum and The Pankow Foundation are developing the BIM Execution Planning Guide and we would like your help. We are surveying professionals across the industry to create a practitioner lead document. The focus will be to help the industry better plan and implement BIM on small to mid-sized project less than $100M in construction. Please click the button below to take a quick 10 to 15 minute survey about BIM Execution Plans. Your feedback will help us understand how BIM Execution Plans are viewed and being used across the industry.
The BIM Execution Planning Guide has the goal of improving the US building industry. The Guide target audience are the stakeholders in small to mid-sized projects of less than $100M in construction. These projects represent over 80% of the buildings being designed, constructed, and operated by building owners. These are also some of the least BIM enabled projects. You can learn more about the BXP Guide at BIMForum.org/bxp
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