The BIMe Initiative is not-for-profit effort based on the BIM Excellence approach and is guided by a set of Principles. The Initiative is undertaken by volunteer researchers and is supported by in-kind contributions, commercial services, and institutional/corporate sponsorship. The BIMe Initiative is hosted on BIMexcellence.org.
The BIMe Initiative aims to improve the performance of individuals, organisations and project teams in the construction industry through knowledge-generation, knowledge-sharing and process optimisation. To reach its aims, the BIMe Initiative has the following measurable objectives:
The BIMe Initiative will achieve its aims and objectives through:
BIMe Initiative Projects aim to deliver software applications and publications of direct practical benefit to individuals, organisations and project teams within the construction industry. The BIM Dictionary is an example of such a software application developed through a BIMe Initiative Project:
The BIM Dictionary is the largest online resource of its kind and currently includes more than 700 interlinked terms, descriptions, synonyms and abbreviations. Officially launched on April 13, 2016, the dictionary increasingly includes additional languages and features.
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