March 15, 2018

24 original ways to fail at BIM coordination

There’s a surprising amount of ways for BIM coordination to go off the rails, from the coordination process being too isolated from the project delivery schedule, to software interoperability issues. Enjoy our free, online BIM coordination pitfall bingo game below; because sometimes, you have to laugh or else you’ll cry. Looking for a better way? With the right processes and tools working together, you can avoid many of these pitfalls. Check out our best practice guide to optimal BIM coordination workflows if you would like to learn more.

Special thanks to GRIDD, Chaire Pomerleau & École de Technologie Supérieure  for providing the inspiration for this post.

Alexine Gordon-Stewart

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