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  • Digitalization Doesn't Steal Jobs, It Transforms Them

    Digitalization Doesn't Steal Jobs, It Transforms Them

    Digitalization doesn’t mean that robots will take over the job market. On the contrary, digitalization is powered by human interaction and social collaboration.

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  • Why Work Goes to Waste: The Productivity Issue in the Construction Industry

    Why Work Goes to Waste: The Productivity Issue in the Construction Industry

    There are striking deficiencies in construction workflows, which causes projects to lag and money to go down the drain. The root cause is a serious information gap.

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  • From Blueprint Copier to the Cloud - Communication Is Key in Construction

    From Blueprint Copier to the Cloud - Communication Is Key in Construction

    Communication is the underlying factor that affects everything in construction, and that's where BIM-powered construction really makes a difference.

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  • Producing and Using Construction Data with a User-Driven Approach

    Producing and Using Construction Data with a User-Driven Approach

    A user-driven approach to data puts consumption in the center. The main point is using, sharing and providing data in a format that is specific and relevant for the end user.

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  • Why True Constructibility Starts with Data

    Why True Constructibility Starts with Data

    A simple explanation to constructibility is that you’re able to model all the information that’s needed to build something. But there’s far more to the concept of constructibility.

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  • Why Open Standards Should Be The Gold Standard for BIM

    Why Open Standards Should Be The Gold Standard for BIM

    Open standards are what drive innovation. They encourage new technologies to emerge, processes to become more efficient and simply make things easier to use.

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  • Building beyond BIM with the Constructible Process5:38

    Building beyond BIM with the Constructible Process

    The Constructible Process is to look beyond the limits of BIM, by using a robust library of detail-rich data, streamlined workflows, and real-time collaboration from the field to the office and back a

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  • Building beyond BIM with the Constructible Process

    Building beyond BIM with the Constructible Process

    The Constructible Process is to look beyond the limits of BIM, by using a robust library of detail-rich data, streamlined workflows, and real-time collaboration from the field to the office and back.

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  • Concrete Construction: Exploring the Value of BIM

    Concrete Construction: Exploring the Value of BIM

    Jeff Barley, Vice President of UCI Construction, Inc. details his discovery of the value of BIM.

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  • Leif Granholm, BIM Ambassador

    Leif Granholm, BIM Ambassador

    BIM Ambassador Leif Granholm has served Tekla/Trimble for 40 years. His diverse tasks within the software industry have provided him a unique view to the development of digitalization.

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  • Recreation Center Flamingo: BIM Adds Momentum to the Construction Site of the Year

    Recreation Center Flamingo: BIM Adds Momentum to the Construction Site of the Year

    Production planning and utilization of the building’s information model (BIM) have been exemplary throughout the project.

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  • Pushing BIM into the Field

    Pushing BIM into the Field

    Valuable time and accuracy can be lost by manually scaling distances, calculating angles from plans, turning angles with theodolites, and pulling tapes to measure distances.

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  • PTDC Logistics Center Project has Made Extensive Use of BIM Throughout the Supply Chain

    PTDC Logistics Center Project has Made Extensive Use of BIM Throughout the Supply Chain

    The model enabled us to forecast and manage element deliveries and to check the status in real time, so we knew whether we were will be able to install the element on time.

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  • Project OVE:  Arup's 170-meter-tall BIM man

    Project OVE:  Arup's 170-meter-tall BIM man

    OVE is the embodiment of implementing BIM to construction projects with elaborate geometries, unorthodox design challenges and unique aesthetics.

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  • The PGE Arena in Gdansk: A Sports Arena Modeled Using Tekla BIM Software

    The PGE Arena in Gdansk: A Sports Arena Modeled Using Tekla BIM Software

    BIM enabled us to optimize both time and materials and tackle assembly challenges before entering the site.

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  • Peace Bridge: BIM helped Rowecord with Complex Geometry, Off-site Building and Even Transportation

    Peace Bridge: BIM helped Rowecord with Complex Geometry, Off-site Building and Even Transportation

    The accuracy of the model and the control over the geometry during fabrication and erection were major contributors to the success of the Peace Bridge project.

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  • No Blue Planet without Building Information Modeling

    No Blue Planet without Building Information Modeling

    With 3D modeling, all parties are involved in creating the design of the project in a completely new way. This leads to a deeper understanding of the project, which improves the quality.

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  • Neste Oil Diesel Production Line Pioneered Work on Utilizing BIM

    Neste Oil Diesel Production Line Pioneered Work on Utilizing BIM

    The Diesel project pioneered work on utilizing BIM for creating industrial concrete structures and intelligent data transfer between systems enabled parallel progress in plant and structural design.

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  • Use of BIM on a Construction Site was Put to the Test with a Jumbo Shopping Center Extension

    Use of BIM on a Construction Site was Put to the Test with a Jumbo Shopping Center Extension

    A tight timetable meant that the design, purchasing, prefabrication and site activities ran very much in parallel.

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  • Hotel Hilton, Helsinki-Vantaa Airport: BIM Improves the Quality of Construction

    Hotel Hilton, Helsinki-Vantaa Airport: BIM Improves the Quality of Construction

    The 3D representations and printouts created from the model facilitate and speed up decision-making at the design stage.

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