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Career opportunities in BIM

Recently, I had the pleasure of recruiting for a couple of innovative companies from the world of design and BIM here in Croatia. With their innovative approach and ideas, these BIM enthusiasts are definitely changing the construction industry where digitization is increasingly taking place in it. That is why I would like to use this opportunity to draw the attention of young engineers and those who are still studying or want to enter university. Please, inform yourself about career opportunities in BIM and what it has to offer, some of you will surely be interested. Here, you have a couple of companies that specialize in BIM and that, I’m sure, will be happy to answer your questions.

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A career in BIM

(Building Information Modeling) involves using software and technology to create, manage, and analyze digital models of buildings and other structures. These models can include information on the building’s design, construction, and maintenance, and are used to improve collaboration, communication, and decision-making throughout the building lifecycle.

There are a variety of roles within the BIM field, including:

  • BIM Manager: responsible for leading the implementation and use of BIM within an organization.
  • BIM Coordinator: responsible for coordinating the use of BIM among different teams and project stakeholders.
  • BIM Modeler: responsible for creating and maintaining digital models of buildings and other structures using BIM software.
  • BIM Engineer: responsible for using BIM models to analyze and optimize building performance and sustainability.

Individuals in these roles may come from a variety of backgrounds, including architecture, engineering, construction management, and IT. It’s good to have a strong understanding of the building design and construction process, as well as experience with BIM software and tools.

In general, BIM professionals have a very good job outlook, as BIM is becoming more and more popular and necessary in the construction industry.

Author: Sanin Radulovic

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