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BIM (Building Information Modeling)
Experts with technology companies looked back at 2013’s technological breakthroughs and offered insight into technologies and infrastructure changes they expect to see in 2014. The year promises to be a big one with new and developing technology, better public engagement and innovative building processes.
Building information technology helped an airport’s redevelopment program take flight. Thanks to BIM and the efforts of HNTB, the Denver International Airport Hotel and Transit Center project has overcome any turbulence and smoothed out rough edges.
Let’s begin this column on construction with some demolition: We’re going to destroy a stereotype.
You’ve probably heard of BIM (Building Information Modeling). Perhaps you’ve wondered how you might use it in your business. But BIM is not a product. You can’t purchase it from a dealer or online; nor will you find it in a box or on a DVD.
The Philip J. Fahy Memorial Bridge, or the New Street Bridge, is a 1,500- linear-foot steel truss bridge that spans the Lehigh River in Bethlehem, Pa.
Currently, the bridge contains four vehicular traffic lanes, divided by a concrete median and a deteriorating pedestrian walkway, which was closed to the public in 2011.
The right tools and a solid strategy are essential to making laser scanning for building information modeling (BIM) a successful part of your business
Presentation will focus on laser scanning technology for BIM workflow
Elkhart General Hospital in northern Indiana completed construction of a new wing less than 10 years ago, but already another addition is in the works. Opened in 2005, the three-story west wing of the 100-year-old structure gave the hospital a much-needed centralization of its oncology services and an expansion of its birthing center.
Brad Burgess will present a session on 3D laser scanning for Revit User Groups in California.