It used to be that, once a building was constructed, the construction documents—the plans—were rolled up and put on a high shelf, to lie unseen until a major repair or renovation arose. With the advent of Building Information Modeling (BIM), that’s changed. Digital documents incorporate a far greater wealth of information than ink lines on paper. Not only can they record the location, dimensions, and material specifications of building elements, they can also incorporate their functional characteristics—the light transmittance of a pane of glass or the speed settings of a fan.
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