In order to achieve competitive advantages, the interplay between requirements and the realization of added value for our partners plays an even more important role than ever before, especially in the context of rising raw material costs, changing interest rate policies and the effects of the energy crisis. As if these market conditions were not challenging enough, it is becoming more difficult to recruit qualified personnel to successfully master the changes in an entire industry.
The BIM planning method is receiving more attention under these changed market conditions. Without providing the right information at the right time in the right quality in the right system for the right person, calculable and sustainable construction is not feasible.
For planners and executors, the rethinking begins in order to position themselves according to the new starting situation. In many cases, this means rethinking their own processes, procedures and fields of activity. Far too often, valuable and qualified employees are entrusted with IT-related tasks that hardly offer any added value from the company's point of view, but are necessary and very demanding in terms of concept and content.