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Building Information Modelling (BIM) is defined by the UK Building Information Modelling Task group as, “essentially value creating collaboration through the entire life-cycle of an asset, underpinned by the creation, collation and exchange of shared 3D models and intelligent, structured data attached to them.”

Fundamentally a technology-enabled way of working, BIM, when combined with the dimensions of people, processes and organisations, has the potential to impact value and productivity significantly. If deployed correctly, BIM could allow the built environment sector to attain the same kinds of productivity gains that have been seen in, for example, the automotive and manufacturing industries. So, is BIM the panacea that the industry has been looking for?

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