BIM's Next Evolution: From Models to Building Information Management

Thursday, August 1
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Over the past two decades, Building Information Modeling (BIM) has solidified its place in the AEC industry by using technology to facilitate BIM-based contract documents, model coordination, and clash detection. The stage is set for the next phase of BIM’s evolution…the transition from vendor-centric traditional Building Information Modeling to Building Information Management…when owners take greater leadership by providing clear, concise, and consistent BIM requirements that can benefit all project stakeholders. This is owner-centric BIM.

Owner-centric BIM delivers advantages in project management, cost efficiency, quality control, and long-term asset management by providing:

  1. Enhanced Decision-making: informed decisions lead to more predictable outcomes.
  2. More Accurate Cost Estimates: help track actual costs throughout the project lifecycle.
  3. More Efficient Project Delivery.
  4. Higher Quality Projects: based on higher standards.
  5. Risk Mitigation: identify potential risks early.
  6. Sustainability and Energy Efficiency.
  7. Adaptability to Market Trends: adapt quickly to market changes and opportunities.
  8. Enhanced Communication and Collaboration: foster stronger stakeholder relationships that lead to smoother project execution.
  9. Long-Term Asset Management: ensure longer asset life, lower maintenance costs, and higher tenant satisfaction.
  10. Differentiation in a Competitive Market: offer advanced building features, efficiency, and technologies that appeal to modern tenants and buyers.


About the speaker:

John Stebbins - Sr. Program Manager at Anser Advisory, part of Accenture

John is a pioneer in Building Information Modeling (BIM), with over 30 years of experience in digital design and construction technologies. He has spent 11 years aiding some of the world’s largest owners in digitally transforming their operations. John is a respected expert in BIM strategy, project planning, and execution. He has taught BIM at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, CA, and the University of Southern California, has delivered numerous lectures, seminars, workshops, and has led user groups throughout California and Arizona on the power of BIM. John holds a BS degree in Urban Planning from Iowa State University. His career is marked by his dedication to hands-on knowledge sharing and practical experience. John’s multifaceted career demonstrates his commitment to education, community involvement, and innovation in construction and design technologies.

Continuing Education:

CMCI Recertification Points: 1

Professional Development Hours (PDH): 1


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