More stories about BIM

  • Designing Our Future

    To be a significant player in the next decade your plans must consider how BIM will affect your customers' business, and yours.

  • Using BIM for Complex Precast Elements

    The new residence hall at Valparaiso University is the school's first built entirely of precast concrete. The 300 students wouldn't be moving in so soon if not for building information modeling.

  • Tangible Benefits of BIM

    While customer demand is currently the biggest factor motivating precasters to adopt BIM, producers such as Coreslab are part of a growing group that recognize its benefits.

  • Designing our Future with BIM

    The Charles Pankow Foundation has been very supportive in helping our industry incorporate building information modeling (BIM) into concrete construction.

  • Modular Concrete Construction

    Portable precast plant can be assembled to produce a concrete module for practically any shape and size dwelling space designed by an architect.

  • Setting a Standard in Building Information Modeling

    The United States is behind in embracing national BIM guidelines. Here's a look at some industry leaders who are trying to effect change.

  • Influencer: David Biggs

    David Biggs is a leader in securing a spot for masonry in the expanding world of Building Information Modeling (BIM). He is the coordinator of the Building Information Modeling for Masonry Initiative, known as BIM-M.

  • Pankow Foundation Partners with BIM for Masonry Initiative

    The Building Information Modeling Initiative for masonry (BIM-M) is pleased to announce that the Charles Pankow Foundation (CPF) is now a strategic partner of the initiative to develop standards for masonry in building information modeling (BIM). CPF will represent the initiative as its contracting...

  • BIM Makes Leap Forward

    Building Information Modeling will make precast producers more efficient.

  • Modeling for Concrete's Success

    Efforts are underway for BIM technology to aid cast-in-place producers.