BIM’s Strategic Return on Investment (ROI)

In Indian Infrastructure Projects

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Worldwide thousands of architecture, engineering and construction firms in both public and private sectors have incorporated Building Information Modelling (BIM) into their lifecycle. However, in India, where technology use in infrastructure projects is still at a nascent stage, the adoption of BIM across infrastructure lifecycle, can add significant value to the US$ 1.4 trillion infrastructure spending proposed by the Government of India for 2019-2023. In the past, and in projects where BIM has been implemented in India, BIM’s return on investment (RoI) generated across infrastructure projects ranges from schedule reduction and compliance to productivity improvement, to rework reduction to name a few.

*This report provides BIM’s Strategic Return on Investment (RoI) in Indian Infrastructure Projects, namely, transport infrastructure projects, buildings and campuses, industrial construction and water infrastructure projects.