With BIM gaining wide adoption across the public and private sector, building models are becoming pervasive and building owners – including government organizations and agencies – are seeing the opportunity to use them for something more than just architecture, design and construction. They’re also seeing the immense potential for BIM models to improve building management.
However, it’s important to prepare in advance if BIM models are going to be useful for post occupancy building management. In this white paper from Chuck Mies, a Business Development Manager at Autodesk, he lays out three important questions to ask, and a few essential steps to take, to ensure that BIM models are useful for future uses post occupancy. Fill out the form below to download, “Preparing for post occupancy BIM.”