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This website aims to foster the growth of the Computational BIM Community of Practice, facilitating the open sharing of experiences and projects related to Computational BIM among industry professionals.

The Built Environment Sector often faces challenges such as inefficient workflows, reworks due to unnoticed drawing discrepancies, and issues with fragmented data management and communication.

Computational Building Information Modelling (BIM) provides an effective solution with its innovative problem-solving approach, using user-defined algorithms to automate the generation and manipulation of building-related information. This improves project delivery efficiency, effectiveness, and regulatory compliance.

Computational BIM supports the use of procedural and parametric design approaches, facilitating generative design studies and digital documentation. Detailed project parameter control and data visualization also become more manageable. With a centralized BIM platform, resolving issues across disciplines and phases with a computational approach becomes easier.

Looking ahead, the integration of technology and data-driven strategies in Computational BIM streamlines the process of gathering, integrating, and analyzing project-specific data, speeding up predictive modeling and fostering effective collaboration. This blend of technology and data-driven results is transforming the construction industry towards a more resilient, sustainable, and efficient future.

The Computational BIM Community of Practice is growing due to shared interests in automation and innovation, with a focus on improving daily work processes. The community hosts periodic information sharing sessions and topic-focused discussions, as well as hands-on workshops supported by Institutes of Higher Learning and solution providers.

The Community of Practice comprises industry practitioners in the built environment sector, as well as experts from Institutes of Higher Learning, tech firms, solution providers, and public agencies. These members are developers, consultants, contractors, specialists, fabricators, manufacturers, suppliers, professors, researchers, students, software vendors, software solution providers, and public agency officers interested in exploring new approaches with Computational BIM for effective work methods in building design and construction.

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