This article will explore some of the drivers for how BI is finding successful adoption among architects, engineers, contractors, and owners.
Proving Ground | Oct 8, 2020
In recent years, we have found our consulting practice engaging more and more with owners that are questioning the value of BIM and how they can make use of potentially data-rich BIM assets.
Proving Ground | Mar 24, 2019
Tricky construction budgets, large project teams, and unique designs needing extensive coordination are all problems increasingly being handled with new software tools and data.
Proving Ground | Aug 21, 2018
Strategies are always created with the best of intentions for improving business, the effort involved in executing the strategy – especially ones involving disruptive digital capabilities – is greatly underestimated.
Proving Ground | Oct 6, 2017
Professional bias can take the form of change-resistant thinking that can keep transformational or innovative ambitions at bay. Tech consultant Nate Miller presents three kinds of bias that often emerge when a professional is confronted with new technology.
Proving Ground | May 24, 2017
All too often, the narrative of what it takes to be ‘data-driven’ focuses on methods for collecting, synthesizing, and visualizing data.
Proving Ground | Feb 16, 2017
There appears to be very little industry consensus as to what a ‘computational design’ position actually means in a business setting.
Proving Ground | May 9, 2016
In creating a roadmap for computation, Proving Ground's Nathan Miller likes to consider investing in the right people, incorporating a range of skillsets, and defining the business value.