The 2010 BIM Survey that I undertook was to prep for a class and to just see what the industry was doing.
One of the questions I wanted to address was related to the percentage of projects that firms had in BIM. I wanted to find out not just how many, but how much of their work was actually being done in BIM.
The results showed that in 2010, a little more than 25% of the users responding showed that they were working less than 20% of their projects in BIM. So if we think about 100 firms that would mean that 25 of them had less than 20% in BIM.
Fifty percent (50%) responded that they are actually working over 60% of their projects in BIM. That is up from just 30% last year. In 2008 the percentage was 37% (which I think indicated some early adopter, large firms responding at the high end)
Comparing all this to 2009 and 2008, I see steady rise in projects moving toward BIM.
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To read about the process I took in creating the Survey – read this post