It’s been nearly five years since Paul Morrell, then the United Kingdom’s chief construction advisor, announced the plan to require all government contractors to be compliant with Level 2 Building Information Modeling (BIM), and the April 4, 2016 deadline arrived this week.
After years of preparation and a growing need to implement BIM on projects across the globe, experts in the U.S. and abroad weigh in about the possible ramifications of the new requirement. How is the mandate affecting the U.K. construction industry? And is the U.S. headed toward a similar path?
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