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How Is BIM Impacting the Future of Construction?

Building information modeling (BIM) and other digital technologies provide efficiency and accuracy in the construction industry.

To apply BIM effectively, teams are required to form a highly collaborative culture to maximize the benefits. The technology allows everyone to access the same data in real-time, to test approaches and catch errors earlier.

ESD Digital Practice Leader Samir Abdelmawla will explore a future of construction transformed by technology during the panel discussion “Harnessing the Power of BIM & Digital Construction” on Jan. 26 from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. CT. The panel is part of Midwest Build Week Online, the largest virtual/online event covering the latest projects and opportunities for the construction industry in Chicago and the Midwest.

Register for the free event and reach out to Samir to learn more about the power of BIM and digital construction.

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