Welcome to Bimsalabim
The purpose of this website is to make it easier to understand BIM for construction.
Use the menu to find general information about BIM.
Under the "About us" section you can read about the BimSalaBim project and collaborators.
The tag cloud below will help you find articles by subject and examples from participating countries.
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Category Archives: BIM in Construction
SBUF has supported some BIM studies and BIM guidelines for contractors: BIM ByggnadsInformationsModeller för byggmästare – En handbok Some of the SBUF projects has resulted in films: Virtual production planning by BIM: More BIM stuff from SBUF at the YouTube … Continue reading
In this presentation, Skanska shares how BIM is used on a day-to-day basis to enhance the management of projects in various commercial, academic, and healthcare projects. Learn how their project teams use BIM and other advances in technology for construction … Continue reading
BIM has been introduced and used in Civil engineering projects. Automation BIM can be used in the automation process for tools and machinery in civil works. Simulation, excavation, precasting and method evaluation This movie also shows how BIM can be … Continue reading
Visualisation of buildings and civil works is basic and it´s nothing new to construction industry. Traditional construction works are based on visualisation most commonly as 2D-plans and details. 3D visualisation has also been popular for many years, but mostly used … Continue reading
It´s hard to find documentation and examples from the use of BIM in site management, but here is some links and film to begin with: Safety Management Work place management This examples and articles are in Swedish. Please contibute with … Continue reading
Two internet quots among hundreds about the benefits in using BIM In summary, the benefits to a Contractor can be described as: Design Integration Improved Tendering Shorter Programme to Planning Reduced number of design information requests during the concurrency of … Continue reading
This film is about a Danish-Swedish BIM project: