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Submitted by Erin Desman on 7 August 2018

Facility managers have a difficult set of responsibilities to keep track of, with ongoing building maintenance and cost savings being at the forefront of their concerns. Because facility managers are focused on so many different building pieces and components, adoption (as well as excitement) of building information modeling (BIM), can be at the very bottom of the heap. And that’s a shame, as BIM data could prove extremely useful to facility managers and owners.

So, building owners take note: Here are four big ways BIM data can help with the facility management, through the entire life-cycle of the building.