7 Reasons Why Transitioning to BIM Makes Sense for Small Firms.

7 Reasons Why Transitioning to BIM Makes Sense for Small Firms.

The benefits and capabilities of building information modeling in large-scale architectural practices are well known. But is BIM really necessary for smaller firms? Many small firms have been operating using traditional CAD methods for some time now, and switching technologies can seem a daunting task, especially for companies that operate on small budgets and without the specialized personnel of large international firms. But this is 2016 and the economic landscape has changed, with more and more expected from architects all the time. Time is more valuable now than ever. Where BIM software programs were once seen as simply nice to have, their large range of benefits have now made BIM an essential part of the design process. And as the following reasons show, BIM is just as important a tool for small offices as it is for larger ones.

Reason 1: Wow Factor

Reason 2: Shorten Feedback Loops, Save Time

Reason 3: Avoid Outsourcing

Reason 4: BIM is the Future

Reason 5: BIM Can Help Market Your Firm

Reason 6: Build Trust and Secure Repeat Clients

Reason 7: Compete with Larger Firms


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