BIM and Facilities Management Whitepaper

White Paper: BIM and Facilities Management Whitepaper

A 2004 NIST study estimated the U.S. capital facilities industry lost $15.8B in 2002 because of inadequate interoperability among computer-aided design, engineering, and software systems. The study said that owners and operators shouldered almost two thirds of that cost in their ongoing facility operations.

The lack of interoperability is only part of the problem. Is the data worth sharing? Building Information Modeling (BIM) is changing the way buildings are designed and constructed learn more about how BIM is changing how they're operated and maintained.

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