NIBS Releases New Guidelines On BIM Requirements

Sept. 21, 2017

The report addresses process, infrastructure standards and execution in BIM.

The National Institute of Building Sciences recently released its new guideline to help building owners use building information modeling (BIM).

The National BIM Guide for Owners (NBGO) provides building owners with an approach, from their own profession’s standpoint, to create and fulfill BIM requirements for a typical project.

The 36-page document addresses three broad areas the owner should understand in order to work effectively with the Project BIM team: process; infrastructure and standards; and execution.

To see the guide in full, visit the NIBS web site

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