BIM Africa Initiative is a civil society organization formed to enable and regulate the adoption and implementation of Building Information Modeling (BIM) in the Architecture, Engineering, Construction and Operations (AECO) industry across Africa. BIM is an innovative technology and collaborative process that has transformed the way buildings and infrastructure are designed, analyzed, constructed, and managed - delivering greater efficiencies and loss aversions for construction service providers while ensuring maximum value for asset owners and users throughout the lifecycle of the facility. Despite its numerous advantages, the Construction Industry in Africa is slow to adopt this innovative process that serves as a vehicle towards the digital transformation of the African Built Environment. The African-wide advocacy for BIM adoption and implementation is reinforced by extensive academic and market research programs, certification programs, roundtable meetings, seminars and webinars, formulation of locally-adapted standards, chapters, volunteering and professional development opportunities. People | Process | Progress THE GOAL (2025 Strategic Plan) To educate more than 500,000 African construction entities on BIM. To facilitate policies on BIM implementation for public projects in atleast 3 African countries. To produce and promote Standards, Insights, Reports and Research for effective BIM implementation across various African countries.
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