It has been 10 years since the BIM Handbook was first published, when it emerged as the definitive guide to BIM for both practitioners in the industry as well as students and researchers in academia. Extensively researched and meticulously written by a team of leading researchers and experts in AEC technology, the third edition of the book has just been released. Coming seven years after the second edition, this review explores how the new edition of the book captures all of the many developments in the world of BIM that have emerged in the intervening years.
Many thanks for your wonderful review.
Dear Lachmi —
Thank you for the thoughtful review, Your anticipation of the future coincides where I and I expect our colleagues see BIM evolving.
Can you please help providing a download link, or some instructions where to get it? Thanks!
Thanks, Tamas. Here is the link: