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BIM is seen by government as the main tool for them to achieve their own internal cost reduction targets on capital projects by 20% by 2016, and through this, we have seen an increase in the readiness to be BIM compliant by many within industry.

Any company that manufactures components for the construction industry will be affected by the growing adoption of BIM, so it is vital that the construction supply chain will be able to deliver BIM ready data as part of their project deliverables. Failure to do so could see a manufacturer experience a diminished market share.

It is against this backdrop that the importance of understanding where to start and how to go about getting involved in a structured way is key to your success. Here, we outline the steps to take and the support offered to take you on a successful BIM journey.

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