The Future of BIM: Internal Optimization and Interoperability
Despite different architectural styles, histories, and locations, Westminster Abbey, Cathedrals of Milan and Cologne, the Palace of Alhambra, and Stonehenge have many things in common. They’re all iconic landmarks visited by millions of people a year. And the construction of all these five structures took more than 500 years to finish. Innovation in construction started to take off around 5,000 BC when human settlements began to use metal tools to shape materials for better, more durable homes. However, it wasn’t until the second Industrial Revolution in the 20th-century architects and builders began to control their projects.