January 25, 2021
For Process Architects, Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a fundamental tool that drives the development and production of designs for FDA-compliant facilities.
The evolution of drafting software has progressed from simple, two-dimensional drawings to fully-explorable three-dimensional virtual models. This has led to increased efficiency which in turn creates greater return on investment for both owners and architects. The software provides advanced sharing and information management capabilities allowing for all team members to stay connected and up-to-date with the latest project status. The advantages of using BIM are so great, that working in other software is no longer an option.