BIM – digital togetherness

Digitization is omnipresent today – in society, the economy, and our workaday world. Building Information Modelling (BIM) enables digital collaboration of the parties participating in a construction project. But is it really all that easy?

The book “BIM – das digitale Miteinander” (“BIM – Digital Togetherness”) – poses, among other things, questions and tries to provide their answers. Who can collaborate with whom? How do other industries go about it? How can today’s planners, construction companies, and operators of buildings manage the leap into a new age? Really how significant is our...

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