BIM in the Not So Distant Future

We want to look into the future and how BIM will affect our projects. We appropriated, because that sounds better than stole, this idea from the National BIM Standard–United States 2021 Vision Task Force (VTF) of which Connor and I submitted essays to. It will help keep the holidays light and fun and give us all a chance to spend time with our families. We will start these the week of Thanksgiving in the United States, Nov 25th - Nov. 29th. We hope you enjoy them and here is a little caveat on the pieces by Connor and I.

The articles by Connor Christian & John Grady were written as part of the National BIM Standard–United States 2021 Vision Task Force (VTF). The VTF (chaired by Chris Moor) has collected more than 30 of these visionary papers from all corners of the construction industry in an effort to build a roadmap for the industry to become more efficient. They are in the process of weaving the essays together to create a single, compelling and tangible vision of what the future may look like, along with the steps the industry may need to take in order to get there.

At Epic BIM we like to have a little fun as well as hit some of the key challenges facing our industry so Connor and I tasked the group with describing a day in the future and how they would see BIM affecting their projects. I will be the first to kick this off and each feature will have the title:

BIM in the Not So Distant Future

We encourage others to think about this and submit your submissions to jgrady@epicbim.com and/or cmchristian@epicbim.com.

I think this will be a fun look ahead and I'm curious to see what others think the future holds. Also if you would like to get involved in this years Vision task Force check this page out:

http://www.fiveminuteswithwarrenbuffett.com/

We hope your futures are bright and we have some good content coming up next week as well so keep an eye out.

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