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Rapid Increase in Use of Building Information Modeling (BIM) for Infrastructure Projects Expected and Leading to Increased Efficiency and Lower Costs – Says New McGraw-Hill Construction Study

NEW YORK April 23, 2012 : Addressing America’s Infrastructure Challenges through Technology and Collaboration McGraw-Hill Construction more than half of the organizations currently using BIM for infrastructure expect to be using it on more than 50% of their infrastructure projects by 2014

Harvey Bernstein

exposure to the benefits of BIM on vertical building projects increases the likelihood of the use of BIM for infrastructure projects as well

Stephen Jones

Other significant findings include:

  • 67% of current users of BIM for infrastructure report a positive ROI on their BIM investments.
  • Competitive pressure is helping drive adoption — over 70% of non-users
  • , and believe that the emerging benefits of lower project risk and greater predictability of project outcomes

Lisa Campbell

BIM Infrastructure SmartMarket Report

April 24 San Antonio, Texas Stephen Jones http://bimforum.org/civil-and-industrial-bimforum-schedule/

http://construction.com/market_research


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McGraw September 12, 2011 $6.2 billion http://www.mcgraw-hill.com/

SOURCE McGraw-Hill Construction

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