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Review of the week

A summary of what has been covered and what will come up in week two.
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This week you have:

  • Explored what we mean by BIM;

  • Discovered the major factors necessary for successful BIM adoption (the four pillars);

  • Considered BIM adoption levels as illustrated in the BIM maturity wedge;

  • Discussed differences in global BIM use; and

  • Examined some of the advantages of BIM.

Next week you will:

  • Debate arguments for and against the adoption of BIM;

  • Discover examples of BIM adoption around the world;

  • Investigate the impact of BIM in your own region; and

  • Explore what the future of BIM could mean to you.

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