Calif. contractors use BIM to build hospitals

09/12/2011 | North Bay Business Journal (Santa Rosa, Calif.)

Architects, engineers and contractors in California's North Bay counties are rapidly discovering the benefits of using building information modeling for hospital projects. "We're using BIM to calculate our need for materials, to schedule work flow in each section and to reduce negative constructability issues. BIM is an effective cost avoidance tool helping us prevent clashes in the field," said Karen Vegas, director of construction at Queen of the Valley Medical Center.

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