The interest in Building Information Modelling has increased within the
construction industry over the past few years, driven primarily by the 2011
government mandate on all public sector projects. And it is becoming widely
heralded as being an essential part of improving efficiency within the construction
But when BIM is not implemented and managed correctly BIM can be a
burden, especially in an industry that has long had a reputation for disconnected
stakeholders and responsibilities. The solution, you may say is a BIM Manager.
But what does a BIM manager ‘actually’ do? And why is it so important to have one?