The need for new healthcare facilities is increasing. Yet, current federal facility design, cost, construct, and operate processes contain fundamental inefficiencies that can lead to escalations in cost and time. Projects have stalled due to multiple design revisions, cost overruns, and failed execution.
That’s where Building Information Modeling (BIM) comes in. BIM is a solution for the construction and operations of facilities that serves as a process catalyst, delivering insight and improving team interoperability with tools to more efficiently plan, design, construct, and manage buildings and infrastructure.
Join us on May 31st to hear more about how federal agencies can leverage BIM to achieve new efficiencies in healthcare facility design, construction, and management. You’ll learn about:
BIM is the future of design, cost, construction and operation for tomorrow’s most state-of-the-art medical facilities. By harnessing the latest technology in design, visualization and connectivity, Autodesk technology is supporting a system of process improvement that optimizes collaboration, reduces inefficiency, and builds upon success.
The Future of Making Things
Technology-driven disruptions are giving rise to a new era in how we design, build, and operate buildings and infrastructure. There’s never been a better opportunity for Owners to re-evaluate how they plan, design, create, and operate buildings and infrastructure assets. The outcome and potential for gains are big: delivering higher quality, on-budget, responsive, and high-performing buildings; while closing the gap between targeted performance and actual performance of assets.
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