Digital transformation is no longer an option, but a requirement to thrive in the construction industry. More and more modern solutions are entering construction sites to revolutionize and modernize the execution of even the most complex projects. Therefore, operating in an environment where digitization is playing an increasingly important role, companies in the construction sector will need to equip themselves with new skills, technologies and processes, adjusting their strategy accordingly.
BIM strategy, and business strategy
The changes taking place in the AEC sector due to the popularization of BIM concern not only tools and solutions, but also (and perhaps most importantly) the culture of working and running a project. Therefore, simply implementing BIM for individual projects is not enough – it is necessary to integrate BIM culture into the business model of the entire company.
BIM methodologies should not be just selected tools or processes, but rather a new perspective from which to look at the entire business strategy. That’s why the BIM Strategy we create is based on a comprehensive business analysis.
Benefits of developing a BIM Strategy
A coherent business strategy
Treating BIM as part of a comprehensive business model will allow you to realistically implement changes, not only in a project context, but also in an operational and strategic context.
Smooth transition through the implementation process
Implementing BIM – new processes and tools, can be challenging. That’s why it’s important to develop a timeline and roadmap to phase in the new solutions.
With an in-depth business case, a BIM strategy includes only the processes and tools your company needs. Depending on how far you’ve already come in digital transformation.