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The implementation of BIM changes the level of cooperation between all stakeholders. The role of the BIM manager includes coordinating, coaching and facilitating stakeholders who are not yet able to comply with BIM requirements. Temporarily they may also take on the role of change manager.
The BIM manager relies on the efficiency and readiness of the other stakeholders. This manager is the person responsible for ensuring that all data is compliant and that everyone has appropriate access.
Siemens has decades of technical experience across multiple disciplines, offering support beyond BIM planning to empower BIM managers to achieve their goals.
BIM objects enable the accurate planning and analysis of the digital design. Beyond that, they provide the static data that forms the basis for operational efficiency. All stakeholders benefit to varying degrees from our extensive range of BIM-data-enriched objects, which contain essential information like interdependency, interactions, geometry, classes and attributes relations.