Building Information Modeling (BIM) has been referred to as a disruptive force. It changes the way building professionals design, build, and ultimately manage a built structure. To this point, BIM has been used as a design tool, but the potential for more advanced use and integration into professional practice is fothcoming.
Karen Kensek has gathered over 29 international thought-leaders and brought them together to discuss how BIM would look in the future. This book captures the thinking of professors from well-known universities such as Stanford University, Yale, Texas A&M, and professionals from Autodesk, Gehry Technologies, and NBBJ on how BIM is used now and how it can be used in future practice.
Positioned to be the companion book to our BIM Handbook, 2e, this book covers topics such as:
Architectural Programming in BIM
Integrating BIM seamlessly into education and practice
Simlulation and Analysis
The concept of one Model
PowerPoint and Prezi presentations, sample questions, lecture notes, and sample syllabus are included for professors.
Keywords: Professional Practice