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Title: Technical & Non-Technical Skills required to build a successful career in BIM Technology


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Technical Non-Technical Skills required to
build a successful career in BIM Technology
The adoption of BIM in the AEC sector The true
adoption and value of BIM was initiated a decade
ago in Finland, the US UK Looking at the
potential value that BIM has to offer, other
countries in Europe, and the Middle East
followed in the same footsteps But, there were
potential challenges in the adoption of BIM AEC
companies and professionals could not understand
the actual process The inability of enterprises,
owners, and stakeholders to change building
mindset Inability to understand long-term
benefits Skill-set inadequacy Inadequate
investment to adopt the BIM process through its
process and technology Collaboration issues
between various departments or trades
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Todays BIM Scenario
In todays AEC scenario, project stakeholders
require precise deliverables, efficient
buildings, and modern building processes BIM is
much more than 3D visualization, it is a holistic
process to create and manage a building project
from design to sustainability, facility
management, and more It uses the philosophy of
measure twice and builds once BIM makes the
entire design-build process collaboration easier
between various stakeholders viz. Architects,
Engineers, Contractors, and Building Owners Every
company or owner adopts BIM at various levels,
viz. BIM level 1, BIM level 2, or BIM level 3
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BIM shows promising results for owners
stakeholders
On a global level, more than 70 of AEC
professionals like Architects, Engineers, GCs,
and building owners use BIM for their projects
As per statistics by McGraw-Hill Construction,
the projected growth of the BIM market by 2022
would be 7.6 billion
BIM makes it easy for stakeholders to run complex
workflows efficiently thereby reducing project
time, waste, construction waste, and expand
possibilities
This increases project Return-on-Investment (ROI)
at every level of the project lifecycle
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Potential Designations of a BIM Professional
BIM Technician BIM Designer BIM Modeler BIM
Structural Engineer Structural BIM Modeler BIM
Trainer
BIM Consultant BIM Software Developer Technical
BIM MEP Engineer BIM Coordinator BIM
Manager BIM Director more
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Technical Skills Required to Build a Successful
BIM Career
As BIM has been made mandatory in several
countries, it is important to understand how
students and AEC professionals can build a
successful BIM career Professional training on
BIM authoring software like Autodesk Revit,
Navisworks, Dynamo, etc. Project exposure on
live international projects Familiarity with
Primary Design Software Familiarity with
Secondary BIM software for rendering like
Navisworks, Dynamo, VR devices
software Excellent understanding of BIM Modeling,
Documentation, and Engineering Calculations
Building Clean Data Models based on requirements
of the BIM manager Excellent understanding of BIM
processes and software Skills-based on Project
Initialization Planning Skills-based on Project
Execution Operation Skills-based on Project
Monitoring Control Skills-based on Project
Closeout, Handover, and Commissioning
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Non- Technical Skills Required to Build a
Successful BIM Career
  • Understand Client Requirements from Pre-kickoff
    to Handover
  • Understand key elements of collaboration with
    various stakeholders through meetings,
    discussions, and feedback
  • Allocate various roles and responsibilities to
    project stakeholders Exceptional Communication
    Coordination Skills
  • Teamwork Leadership Organizational Skills
  • Experienced at Managing Workflows Assess the
    feasibility of a project

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Making the move to BIM
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