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BIM Disruption Impacts Building Product Manufacturers

Increasingly widespread adoption of Building Information Modelling (BIM) is disrupting the construction sector, leaving behind those firms not forward-thinking enough to adapt. This trend extends beyond the construction firms themselves to all companies on and around the construction supply chain, not least building product manufacturers. In the five years since the former Chief Construction Adviser, Paul Morrell, set the course for Level 2 BIM as part of the UK Government’s Construction Strategy, BIM usage has moved from a niche practice to the norm. BIM adoption is now at 54%, up from 48% last year. In the National Building Specification (NBS) survey 86% of respondents said they intend to have adopted BIM by this time next year, and 97% within five years. Meanwhile, a cross-industry survey on BIM uptake, carried out by Construction News, has revealed a significant gap between SMEs, subcontractors and the rest of the industry. The survey, of more than 150 businesses, showed […]

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