While some architecture firms in the U.K. are still striving to adapt to the required BIM Level 2 delivery for public sector designs, the firm bpr architects is on the cutting edge of BIM implementation. Director Paul Beaty-Pownall has adopted a BIM-inspired collaborative strategy into all elements of the firm, and in 2014, he transitioned the company's business structure to be employee-owned, helping build relationships among employees that increase the effectiveness of BIM.
With a “we’re all in this together” attitude, and the help of Vectorworks software, bpr was able to not only adopt BIM but also improve their practices and engage more deeply with clients and each other. In addition, bpr took their office's presentations one step further by using Renderworks software's advanced graphics capabilities to create photorealistic images and animations to express their designs.
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