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BIM revolution comes to the building site

Opr./edited AZ 04 November 2019
BIM revolution comes to the building site
According to a report by Autodesk, BIM is becoming more central for architecture and construction

POLAND According to Autodesk’s ‘Construction, Innovation and Vision of Sector Leaders 2025’, report, the construction sector will work with a single 3D model in the future, which will provide access to important information for everyone involved in the construction process.

According to the report, the use of such systems in construction is currently low, and full digitisation has yet to transform construction sites. If introduced, the new technology is mainly be used by managerial staff, including contract managers. However, this is set to change in the near future.

“Digitisation means faster access to information and the ability to analyse data, which streamlines the execution of the work. The next few years will be dominated by improvements not only in the work on the construction site but also in the area of ​​supply logistics,” predicts Tomasz Chudzik, the director of information management at Dom Development.

According to Marcin Drobek, the CEO of Dom Construction, one system will be used in the future, resulting in greater efficiency and the elimination of errors.

In the view of Szymon Wojciechowski, the CEO of the APA Wojciechowski studio, artificial intelligence will dominate architecture in the future. “At present, we first create an architectural concept, then using a computer with BIM or other programs we check whether it fits into the regulations or architectural guidelines. This process will be reversed in the future. It will be AI-based programs based that will determine what and how you can build on a given plot,” explains Szymon Wojciechowski.

According to Anna Tryfon-Bojarska, the innovation manager at Skanska, a great deal will have changed in the development and construction process by 2025. One particularly crucial factor will be digitisation throughout the entire life-cycle of the project and the creation of digital twins of physical buildings to support the data analytics. This will allow flaws to be detected and the risk to be analysed before the failure can occur.

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