Digicon Canada recently released the findings from its 2015 National BIM Survey, conducted in partnership with NBS. Its goal? To assess the extent of BIM adoption in Canada, as well as the data exchange mechanisms in architecture, construction, and owner-operator landscapes.
While there were increased numbers with regard to BIM adoption, the survey does suggest that there’s more work to be done — from many groups — to continue to improve the Canadian BIM landscape. However, of the countries surveyed, Canada finished behind only Denmark when it came to BIM usage among respondents, and ahead of all countries when it came to BIM awareness among respondents.
Have a look at the document below for an in-depth look at the findings both in Canada and abroad.