BIM is polyhedral and transversal. No doubt about this. But today we want to introuduce it from a new perspective, which probably you’ve never thougt. Why BIM may also be useful to the Court experts?

6 reasons endorse this.

  • Traceability: Through BIM methodology we can trace and verify all processes, which lucidly allow us determine its causes and responsibilities. We will know what, who and when.
  • Virtualization: overlapping data collection with new techniques over conventional documentation we get a new analytical and comparative dialogue. Laser scanning, Clash Detection or VR techniques become allies to the expert technician.
  • Identification: BIM modelling ability to compact data and classifying the properties associated to every constructive element helps the unequivocal verification and leads a fully and detailed analysis.
  • Accuracy: Information accuracy not only allows a dynamic comparison of all the complying possibilities but makes data available to all agents involved in the process as well.
  • Interoperability: Knowing how to decode BIM information is key to unlocking processes, models and results. Thus the expert is able to read all the technical, collaborative and multidisciplinar data.
  • Verification: nothing more important to justice than being righteous. BIM methodology support this, giving understandable and useful data to all actors along the life cycle. Allways auditable. From the technical, economic or judicial point of view. To all, about all and for everyone.

Here we present 6 reasons to understand that BIM is here and came to remain. Even in the field of legal expertise where it is, and will increasingly be, a first degree resource.