Users describe BIMcollab ZOOM as easy to use, easy to learn, and especially like its intuitive interface and features. Why? These are the arguments that commonly come up when users describe BIMcollab ZOOM.
As the use of BIM models in projects is growing, new opportunities to improve coordination processes are emerging. In this blog, you can read how to maximize the strengths and expertise of your team by using different BIM tools in the smartest way.
Every now and then we all could use something fresh in the mix. That is why we want to share 5 unique and exciting BIMcollab use examples that some of our biggest clients use. Have a look, and who knows… it might inspire you to incorporate BIMcollab tools in new ways on your projects.
BIM is an integrated process based on building digital models, and it is not only about the geometry, but also about the information contained in every element inside these models. In this article, you will find the answers to the 5 most frequently asked questions about BIM model validation.
The design process is fundamentally a multidisciplinary task. No one designs a whole building by themselves. It is a complex process with many different systems and technologies that, at the end of the day, must all fit together and work in harmony. Here you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions about issue management.
What number of BIMcollab users did we reach this year? How many BIM professionals attended our webinars? How many nationalities does the BIMcollab team consist of? And what's the number of trees we planted for CO₂ reduction? This is the year 2021 for BIMcollab in numbers.