Why Is BIM Good For Small Practices

Published on: 15-09-2015

Adrem are hosting a series of Architecture focused BIM talks to explain different perspectives on “Why is BIM Good for Small Practices?”

Adrem © Why is BIM good for small practices
Adrem © Why is BIM good for small practices


In the run up to the 2016 BIM Level 2 deadline, Adrem is putting together a series of talks aimed at small to medium sized practices. Coming from in-depth conversations with clients and candidates, this series has been put together in attempt to answer the questions they have asked us about BIM, expressing it in a simpler way to understand.


Adrem are in a fortunate position to be able to bring together small to medium sized practice owners and BIM enthusiasts to discuss their architectural BIM experiences and insights. In these talks we aim to help facilitate the current shift towards Building Information Modelling and educate others about its importance and its impact on the industry.


So far we have had two prominent small business BIM advocates come and talk to us about its impact on their practice. Our first talk, Robert Klaschka introduced BIM and his personal experience with adopting the process and the advantages he found from working toward BIM Level 2. In our second talk we explored the subject of BIM in more detail with David Miller and digest through case studies as well as covering the tangible financial benefits of BIM adoption, which has seen his practice grow from strength to strength.


Following up from these successes we aim to go into more detail and will try to focus on answering more in-depth questions that clients and candidates want answered regarding BIM.


For more information follow @AdremGroup or @Adrem_BIM on Twitter for updates about upcoming events.