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"I think in using BIM, (owners) they have a much better understanding, one; of the design and what we're trying to accomplish; and they two; have a much better understanding of the amount of work that's going into these projects, of the pitfalls, or the potential concerns with a project. "

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"In large part, we're pulling them into our world by doing this. We're allowing them to ... we're virtually constructing these buildings so that they can virtually experience these buildings. So I think they have a much better understanding, one; of the design and what we're trying to accomplish; and they two; have a much better understanding of the amount of work that's going into these projects, of the pitfalls, or the potential concerns with a project. And then once it gets to the data portion of these projects, they are right in the enter of it again because they now own this data. They own the quantities. When things are priced, or changes, or valued, the owner is seeing this common language of unit quantities.
So I really think that BIM, in addition to allowing the architect to regain kind of a position to best utilize their skillset, it puts the owner back in the captain's chair."

Vega Architecture


5107 Genesee Trail Rd
Golden, Colarado 80401
United States

http://vegaarchitecture.com/




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