As the engineering industry continues to develop through the advancement of technology, many practitioners need to be informed about the potential impacts on the future of the profession. The introduction of BIM technology not only utilizes methods of improving the overall quality of construction projects but leaves room for engineers to debate whether the benefits outweigh the adverse effects.

The Panel have provided responses to some frequently asked questions concerning BIM, which are available for download below;


What does BIM mean for structural engineers?

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