Virtual Construction: Becoming More Widespread and Better Understood

Posted on Sep 21, 2010 by Dan Bayer

I just read an interesting article on the use of virtual construction on a healthcare project: Building a Hospital Out of Bits and Bricks.

I must say, It’s nice to see that publications, aside from architecture, engineering and construction industry publications, are picking up virtual construction / BIM (Building Information Modeling) stories. It’s encouraging to see business publications noticing the changes that are occurring in our industry. I think this may be an indicator of what to expect from savvy owners in the not-too-distant future. Owners reading business publications will see this type of information more frequently, which will only lead to more interest in the work we are doing and the benefits it can provide.


About Dan Bayer

Dan Bayer has more than 13 years of experience in Building Information Modeling (BIM) technologies implementation and education in organizations nationally. He focuses on the communication and collaboration aspects of BIM with design partners, building owners, and subcontractors through the construction process, as well as the research/development of BIM technologies to optimize Miron’s internal BIM processes.

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