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Successful BIM in practice: the Parkside Building in Eastside, Birmingham

The Parkside Building provides a state-of the-art home for the Birmingham Institute of Art and Design (BIAD), incorporating a media centre with TV, radio and photographic studios and marks the first step in creating a multi-million pound centre of excellence. The building was designed and constructed using BIM technologies, which have not only improved the quality and speed of construction, but have also provided Birmingham City University with cutting-edge facilities management and maintenance capabilities; providing enhanced opportunities for the future management of the new City Centre Campus.

Author(s): M. Revell and R. Shaw (Ramboll)