Texas A&M University’s College of Architecture is invitng construction professionals to participte in a survey that aims to gauge how the transition to building information modeling (BIM) is impacting small architectural firms.
The study seeks to identify common BIM adoption variables that can be used to develop adoption strategies as well as business processes emerging from BIM transition. Results of the study will be made available once the investigation is complete.
The survey has three central goals, according to organizers: to identify the current state of BIM adoption in architectural firms; to analyze the small-firm BIM-adoption process; and to develop a strategic model for small-firm BIM adoption.
The survey, which provides anonymity for respondents, takes an estimated 10-15 minutes to complete.
The survey can be accessed at the following link:http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Small_Firm_BIM_Survey.