Why Australian Manufacturers Need to Build up to BIM 7D
Manufacturers’ Monthly spoke with Total Construction about Building Information Modelling and how it will revolutionise architecture for Australian businesses.
Imagine clicking through the model for your new home or office and being able to learn exact details like window materials or when the air conditioner was last cleaned.
That is the direction architecture planning is heading in Australia if builders are to survive well into the future, according to leading Australian construction company Total Construction.
The concept is called Building Information Modelling (BIM), a modelling process that builds on a basic 3D model to support multiple applications for viewing information on a certain project.
Total Construction general manager Rob Blythman said although there are currently no Australian companies using a 7D BIM model, it will eventually prove useful and for businesses in terms of manufacturing operations and maintenance that can be used by an entire design team.
Read the full article at manmonthly.com.au
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