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Succesfull 4D BIM implementation, who made it?



Anyone did a successful implementation/integration of BIM and Schedule?
What was use?
What where the software use? Any lessons learned to share?
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BIM (CAD in 3 D) is a great collaboration tool for large project involving many professionals engineers of various trade and architects. It avoid many error at the design phase, less costly then on construction site.
Adding the 4 dimension with time (schedule) can bring new improvement. Such as changing the sequence of work.
I was involve in a project using BIM, but we didn't try to link with the schedule.
Anyone here was involve in a 4 D BIM
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1 reply by Jonathan Murcia
Jun 22, 2017 5:11 PM
Jonathan Murcia
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I have had the same doubt...



Mar 29, 2017 9:22 PM
Replying to Vincent Guerard
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BIM (CAD in 3 D) is a great collaboration tool for large project involving many professionals engineers of various trade and architects. It avoid many error at the design phase, less costly then on construction site.
Adding the 4 dimension with time (schedule) can bring new improvement. Such as changing the sequence of work.
I was involve in a project using BIM, but we didn't try to link with the schedule.
Anyone here was involve in a 4 D BIM
I have had the same doubt...

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