Advanced information and communication technology have the power to disrupt and transform industries. The advent of BIM brought a shift to the building industry and along the whole supply chain, by creating a new working environment, new processes, and new roles.
The use of the digital model – the representation of the physical and functional characteristics of a structure – promotes interoperability and interaction among the various stakeholders and the result is a highly interactive environment capable of adapting to changes. As healthcare projects grow in size and complexity, Building Information Modelling (BIM) delivers a significant value to this type of critical infrastructures. If BIM is a resource of considerable importance in small building projects, its use in the management of health development projects is fundamental. Discover all the benefits in this article.