Bim Technology - Guest Blog Article
Eureka Tower in Melbourne Australia, the ninth tallest residential tower in the world standing 297 metre tall, is the live and breathtakingly remarkable example of BIM technology. Eureka Tower was one of the very few residential construction projects, which fully embraced the BIM approach. BIM technology acts as a design and visualization tool to aid architects, designers, contractors, engineers, and owners achieve better co-ordination and decision making. These benefits are not restricted to just commercial construction projects with complex geometry. Even residential projects can benefit from improved design, construction, documentation, marketing and maintenance processes of BIM technology. Also, a huge chunk of the residential sector is served by regional or local builders and contractors functioning as integrated design and build companies. Since these builders are the ones who absorb all the costs associated with a construction project, they are in a better position to lead the adoption of innovative technologies, such as BIM, which greatly enhances productivity and efficiency while fostering collaboration. However, builders cannot be expected to single-handedly tread on this path unless they are conscious of the latent value of BIM and what it can do for their business.