Since 2009, Dodge Data & Analytics has been conducting quantitative research studies about the use and value of design and construction technologies around the world. As adoption has steadily expanded, so have users’ capabilities, expectations and creativity at applying digital technologies in innovative ways to derive the most value from the underlying data being captured, created and shared across the project lifecycle.
The report also reflects data from a range of global markets including North America, UK/Ireland, France, Germany, Scandinavia, Japan and Australia/New Zealand. Meaningful comparisons between regions are shown in order to highlight leadership in BIM and digital transformation, and to better understand the global variability of how BIM is implemented and its benefit. The findings demonstrate the connection between more intensive use of BIM and its related activities, and the critical benefits that strengthen companies and improve project performance. It highlights the pivotal role that BIM plays in digital transformation. Gathering the experiences of contractors, architects, civil engineers, MEP and structural engineers, it covers:
- Where they are in their process of digital transformation.
- How BIM is contributing value.
- How they are deploying BIM and in what ways they are leveraging the data from models and processes to improve decision-making and power integrated digital workflows among project team members.
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