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|aiarchitect | volume 14 the news of america’s community of architects||january 5, 2007|
BIM 2011: A Five-year Forecast
Recently, Deke Smith, chair of the National Building Information Modeling Standards (NBIMS) Committee, invited committee members to submit their forecasts for the state-of-the-industry five years hence, to be sealed in a “time capsule” that will be opened in 2011. With an eye on the impact of BIM on business and practice, here are Michael Tardif’s predictions. Full story
Jeremiah Eck, FAIA, noted author and lecturer at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, is a great proponent of how architects may better serve their clients.
Calling All Prognosticators!
For me, 2007 will be:
› Much more profitable than 2006
› More profitable than 2006
› About the same as 2006
› Less profitable than 2006
Follow this link to respond
View all poll results.
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