In the past decade, the adoption of BIM has changed the way we design and build. Now, industrial projects are also moving toward the adoption of BIM. For those unfamiliar with construction or design terminology, BIM is an acronym for Building Information Modeling. It’s a process and software that allows designers to digitally represent a structure before it’s built. Industrial projects often require specialized knowledge and technology to plan and design heavy machinery safely and efficiently in a warehouse or production facility. BIM combines tools like Building Views, Structure, Electrical, Operational Documents, Equipment Plans, and Site Plans to create virtual blueprints (known as Virtual Design) of an industrial facility before construction begins. These blog posts provide insight into how you can implement BIM in your next Industrial project.