New technology allows building planners to see in 3-D

09/8/2008 | American City Business Journals

Building Information Modeling software allows architects to view 3-D images of buildings as they are being designed, making changes to the design easier to visualize. The software has won over major players such as the federal government, which now requires all new projects to be designed with BIM. The software is regarded as the successor to computer-aided drafting, and the software manufacturer estimates 15% of U.S. architecture firms are now using BIM.

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