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Architosh BIM Survey Reports TOCs

Architosh has announced its 2010 BIM Survey Reports. This article details the table of contents of all three versions of the reports.

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Architosh today announced its publication of the Architosh 2010 BIM Survey Reports. The announcement covers the key details here. In this post we have put together the Table of Contents (TOCs) for all three versions of the report so that readers can understand the content differences between them.

Each report was tailored for a particular audience segment. A special ISV (independent software developer) version of the report was crafted for those related to BIM software development. This is the most complete version of the report, while the Full Report delves into all areas of the survey and its findings, exclusive of issues pertaining to BIM software.

There are three versions of the report as noted below:

Architosh 2010 BIM Survey Participants Report – TOC

Part 1 – Introduction

Part 2 – BIM Survey Results

Appendix A – Architosh BIM Survey Questions

Appendix B – Table of Contents of Reports

Pricing/Availability: Free and available only to participants. For more info see here.

Architosh 2010 BIM Survey Full Report – TOC

Part 1 – Introduction

Part 2 – BIM Survey Results

Part 3 – BIM Adoption: Definition and Challenges

Part 4 – BIM and the Business of Architecture

Part 5 – BIM and the Societal Value of Architecture

Part 6 – Conclusions

Part 7 – Three Interviews

Russ Sanders – Orcutt Winslow Partnership

David Fujiwara – David Fujiwara Architects

Robert Buss – Conen + Buss Architekten

Appendix A – Architosh BIM Survey Questions

Appendix B – Table of Contents of Reports

Pricing/Availability: $199.USD, printed book, order here, $49.99 eBook, order here. For more info see here.

Architosh 2010 BIM Survey ISV Report – TOC

Part 1 – Introduction

Part 2 – BIM Survey Results

Part 3 – BIM Adoption: Definition and Challenges

Part 4 – BIM and the Business of Architecture

Part 5 – BIM and the Societal Value of Architecture

Part 6 – Apple + BIM: Generating Discussion

Part 7 – Conclusions

Part 8 – The Interviews

Russ Sanders – Orcutt Winslow Partnership

David Fujiwara – David Fujiwara Architects

Robert Buss – Conen + Buss Architekten

Eric Blackburn – NBBJ

Stanley Paul Rostas – Shook Kelley

Phil Read – HNTB

Charles Good-Man – Irwin-Pancake Architects

Ion Webster – Steven D. Polts, AIA, & Associates

Neal Pann – Hunt Hale Jones Architects

Jason Cassel – Sproule & Associates

Craig Gorsuch – Omniplan

Ralph Martin – Baylis Architects

Markku Allison of the American Institute of Architects

Appendix A – Architosh BIM Survey Questions

Appendix B – Table of Contents of Reports

Appendix C – Apple + BIM Quotes from Participants

Pricing/Availability: $399.USD, book form, order here, $99.00, eBook order here. For more info see here.

For more information read the full announcement feature story here.

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    April 12, 2010 02:20 am EDT

    this survey report are very interested.
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