Paper plans and tape measures were once staples on a construction site. Today, however, firms that aren’t arming their employees with the latest electronic tools and leveraging the power of building information modeling (BIM) may be losing out on work. “Soon firms who do not use BIM will not be able to win jobs as more and more clients and contractors are requiring BIM deliverables for their projects,” says John T. Grady II, the corporate BIM manager for CRB in St. ...
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