Construction industry in Europe, and also worldwide, is currently experiencing major changes with the digitalization of traditional processes. This is especially evident with the rise of BIM that is transforming the way architects and engineers work and collaborate in construction projects. Indeed, many world and chiefly EU countries have made BIM mandatory for their public procurement building projects. With private owners/investors following suit, the requirement for BIM usage and BIM experts is increasing dramatically.
Leading experts agree that BIM is the future
As BIM is gaining in popularity there are numerous BIM oriented international conferences that promote digitalization of the construction industry. Leading experts from all over the world agree that BIM is the future of construction and that the demand for BIM managers, coordinators and modellers will continue to grow.
Source: EU BIM Task Group
BIM A+ programme’s aim is to provide leading young experts in the field of BIM
With all the rapid development and progress currently taking place the EU constructions companies have found themselves in strong need for young professionals that possess deeper knowledge of BIM and its usages. BIM A+ programme’s aim is to provide leading young experts in the field of BIM to satisfy the increasing industry demand. One indicator is also search in Google shown below that indicates that BIM (blue) is gaining importance against other approaches that may improve construction projects.