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Insights wanted: Building Information Modeling (BIM) survey now open

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Have 15 minutes?

Then take part in McGraw-Hill Construction's new survey examining how markets around the world are applying Building Information Modeling (BIM). USGBC is pleased to be partnering with McGraw-Hill Construction on the new survey, which will explore BIM implementation and practices in nine global markets--Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, Korea, UK and the U.S. The survey runs until October 28, so get started today!

Survey results will be used in an upcoming BIM for Global Construction SmartMarket Report (SMR), which will be widely distributed to the global design and construction community, and will inform practitioners interested in learning about BIM implementation and practices from other parts of the world.  

The survey takes approximately 15 minutes to complete, and your responses will be completely confidential and used for this survey only. All responses will be analyzed in aggregate, and no individual responses will be referenced or used in any way. Survey participants will have have the option to receive this exciting new report. 

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Ashley Katz

Director of Corporate Communications & Marketing U.S. Green Building Council

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Principal, ArchiTECHS
Ashley, do you know if you have had any successful surveys completed via the link above? I've tried it using both Firefox and IE to no avail...

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