Modern construction projects, such as tunnels, bridges and rail tracks, are more complex than ever, as architects, engineers and builders integrate state-of-the-art materials and technologies into designs to increase usability, maximise resource efficiencies and promote sustainability.
The most advanced building planning and development technologies are therefore required to successfully navigate the decision-making process and to avoid costly and potentially harmful choices. To meet this need, the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry is turning to digitisation, particularly in streamlining and optimising processes and product data.
This white paper discusses how the application of building information modeling (BIM) can increase efficiency and reduce construction costs during the planning, design and execution process, while also improving overall project quality and utility. The paper will also discuss how TÜV SÜD is helping building owners, investors and asset holders effectively adopt BIM as an essential standard to design, plan and operate assets over their entire lifecycle.
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