The given content discusses some of the common myths related to Building Information Modeling (BIM). The video highlights that BIM can be used effectively in both big and small projects, and it does not require a completely new way of planning. It is about identifying bottlenecks and improving existing structures through effective communication and collaboration. Moreover, BIM is not a central model, but a collection of linked databases, preserving traditional ways of communication and the roles of stakeholders. Most planning companies may already have BIM compatible software, and implementing BIM processes is more of a business process and investment in employee education. While BIM requires collaboration, it is recommended to start with “little bim” as an internal method of working to improve the company’s processes before attempting a “BIG BIM” project.
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