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The Future of BIM

Digital infrastructure, big data, and emerging markets are redefining the way mechanical engineers and contractors work.

Over the last 10 years, the mechanical-engineering and construction industry has rapidly adopted building information modeling (BIM), an intelligent, model-based process providing insight for faster, more economical, and less environmentally impactful development and management of building and infrastructure projects. According to a McGraw-Hill Construction report,1 BIM adoption among architecture, enginee

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