New survey finds less than 1/3rd of firms using BIM level 2
November 20, 2015
A new survey by Building.co.uk has reported that only 32% of firms surveyed are using BIM Level 2.
With the deadline of the 4th of April 2016 looming for when all central government services project teams will be required to use BIM level 2, the survey shows only a marginal increase from 31% in the 2015 survey.
The publication surveyed 190 people across a number of disciplines in the industry.
You can access the full survey HERE
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