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Paul Morrell: BIM to be rolled out to all projects by 2016


The UK are so far behind other countries with our industries slow adoption of BIM. Education has been pushing for the change for some time, however the reluctance for industry to change and adopt BIM has been frustrating. Why is it again down to the government to force the change? I understand new regulations to ensure we meet specific demands such as the reduction of energy use etc, however it seems it is yet again down to the government to make people change. Surely we should be striving to make things better ourselves?

Posted date

28 June, 2012

Posted time

1:20 pm