BIM for Greener Interiors | U.S. Green Building Council
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BIM for Greener Interiors

GBCI: 0920004222

Interior designers stand to benefit from BIM and BIM-compatible software just as much as architects and contractors. From highly accurate clash detection to reduced change orders to a much more streamlined design and construction process, BIM is poised to continue its upward trend from novelty to best practice, eventually becoming an industry standard.
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Interior designers stand to benefit from BIM and BIM-compatible software just as much as architects and contractors. From highly accurate clash detection to reduced change orders to a much more streamlined design and construction process, BIM is poised to continue its upward trend from novelty to best practice, eventually becoming an industry standard.

Objectives

  1. Identify key areas where interior designers are leveraging the capabilities of BIM to streamline the project process and design more sustainable interiors.
  2. Better leverage BIM capabilities in the area of generating material takeoffs and quantities.
  3. See how BIM-compatible daylighting programs can streamline daylighting and lighting designs.
  4. More easily track and apply for green building programs with BIM-compatible plug-ins.
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Created by

BNP Media
Troy, MI
United States

Leaders

Barbara Horwitz-Bennett