Master the asset lifecycle through better information management (BIM)

Building information modeling (BIM) is a troublesome acronym because it is not just for buildings. It can be used for industrial installations, infrastructure—any capital asset. And it is not just about modeling the data in a CAD design tool. BIM does require that the design software be data-driven rather than document-driven, so structured data about the asset can flow directly into the systems used to build and manage the asset. But it also requires construction ERP that:

  • Gets project and operational data out of spreadsheets and into a central, structured environment
  • Incorporates the work of subcontractors in a single data model
  • Supports business models like offsite construction/modular construction

File Information: エグゼクティブ・サマリー,   pdf   1.6 MB



Your Details