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The Definitive 2018 Guide to BIM Classification Systems

There’s a problem in the industry and no one seems to be trying to solve it...

This problem lies with the lack of a universal BIM classification system. In our eBook, we explore BIM classification, give you a definitive breakdown of what systems you should be using and run through everything you need to know about BIM classification systems as they stand today.

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The Definitive 2018 Guide to BIM Classification Systems

The Definitive 2018 Guide to BIM Classification Systems

WHY WE NEED CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS

A breakdown of everything you need to know about BIM classification systems, including why we need them and the problem that our industry faces.

WHICH BIM SYSTEM IS RIGHT FOR YOU

A detailed comparison of the key features of existing classification systems so you can make an educated judgement on which is best for you.

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HOW KREO'S BIM PLATFORM CAN BENEFIT YOU

We let you know exactly what system we use and recommend for your business as well as how Kreo can help you to communicate on future projects.

What is BIM?

If you’re unaware of what BIM actually is, here’s a quick definition:

BIM (Building Information Modeling) is 3D modeling that allows professionals in architecture, engineering, and construction to be able to plan, design, construct, and manage their projects in collaboration with each other.

Classification Systems

When we talk about classification systems for BIM, what we mean is the method by which industry professionals label elements within BIM modeling programs. The elements in a BIM model can be described by a number of parameters, such as:

  • Function
  • Material
  • Structure
  • Geometry, etc.

The Problem

The problem with BIM classification systems in the industry lies with the lack of a universal code by which professionals communicate when they are collaborating with BIM. This lack of communication means that the problem is far from being solved, with different corners of the industry failing to collaborate fully on projects. This is the opposite of what collaborative BIM was designed for. In our eBook , we explore how we can efficiently and effectively collaborate

Kreo

Kreo uses BIM classification to bring teams together and improve collaboration. Using these systems, Kreo can effectively help architecture, engineering and construction professionals come together to improve cost estimating, increase scheduling accuracy and produce more successful bids. Download our eBook to learn more about how BIM classification systems work with Kreo.