Timely Incomplete Design Information Sharing and Communication:
In traditional 2D CAD design, the different participants have to wait for each other’s design completion; the data deliverable are piled in silos before they can be exchanged between the design teams. In such a case, data can become obsolete, in other words, the data goes to waste. In contrast,
In BIM-based design, early and timely exchange of incomplete information between participants is enabled by sharing and integrating the building information models of the teams at any point in time.
This allows real-time design adjustments and development. The information is then always up-to-date, and the clear design intent visualization facilitates communication between players and allows for continuous information flow instead of interrupting the batch flow.