Reality capture necessary with the window for infrastructure improvements open

The United States Department of Defense (DoD) has faced a significant adversary over the past decade. But we’re not talking about ISIS, or North Korea or any of the adversaries you may be thinking of. We’re talking about budget uncertainty,…

10 Steps to BIM Adoption for Government Organizations

In previous posts on the Gov Design Hub, we’ve discussed how BIM solutions haven’t seen the wide adoption in the public sector that they have in the private sector. However, we’ve also seen studies dictating that BIM adoption is poised…

Seven ways BIM can benefit the government

Despite mandates, BIM adoption in government has lagged its private sector counterparts. However, new data shows that BIM is poised for greater adoption across agency design and construction projects, as well as into building operations. It’s not surprising. BIM brings…

Online repository of “as-built” data delivers benefits to National Guard

The role of the Army National Guard has expanded significantly since 9/11 and represents 40% of the U.S. Army’s total combat capability supporting Joint Commanders across the range of military operations around the globe. Critical to this mission is the…

Survey says: U.S. government lagging behind in BIM adoption

Digital transformation is a hot topic across much of the government and its agencies. All aspects of the government – from federal agencies all the way to municipal government organizations – are facing budget cuts, hiring freezes and a lack…

Building better with existing conditions modeling

If there’s one thing that every level of government – from federal government, to state government to municipal government – does, it’s build things. Look around your town or city, and you’ll see thousands of examples– from the road you…