- The building information modeling market is expected to grow from a market share of $2640.12 million in 2013 to $8646.47 million by 2020 at a CAGR of 16.72%.
- Players involved in the development of building information modeling market include Archidata Inc.(Canada), Asite Solutions Pvt.
- This growth is expected due to the growing industrial sector for the building information modeling market.
- Browse 111 market data tables and 80 figures spread through 230 pages and in-depth TOC on “Building Information Modeling Market – Analysis and Forecast 2013 – 2020”.
- The quality of building information modeling process is determined by reducing costs, saving time, and improving speed of the process.
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BIM is ‘wake up call’ for Qatar’s contractors
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- With Qatar’s rising number of projects – from skyscrapers to stadiums – what can be done to further encourage BIM adoption in the country?
Contractors adopting BIM across the whole project delivery would enhance Qatar’s standing as an innovation hub, while driving the country’s competitiveness on a global scale.
- But on a countrywide level, the adoption of BIM by contractors lags behind the region and the rest of the world.
- With BIM, organisations can deliver projects on time, on budget, and with a goal towards sustainability.
COS accepting architect students for fall semester
- With the start of College of the Sequoias’ upcoming fall semester, comes the return of its many academic programs, including the school’s architecture program.
- COS also opened the Tulare College Center, which operates agriculture programs and other programs.
- The architecture department is located at the COS Tulare Campus, 4999 E. Bardsley Ave.
- On Aug. 17, new and returning students will have the opportunity to join the program, which offers seven main courses.
- Since 2000, the department has assisted in helping more than 100 students successfully gain employment in architecture, and 48 to attend four-year universities pursuing bachelor degrees, said Rolando Gonzalez, architecture professor.