A metric to measure BIM Maturity of organizations, Project Teams and whole markets. BIMMI has five distinct BIM Maturity Levels: (a) BIM Maturity Level a (Initial/Low/Ad-hoc), (b) BIM Maturity Level b (Defined/Medium-Low), (c) BIM Maturity Level c (Managed/Medium), (d) BIM Maturity Level d (Integrated/Medium-High) and (e) BIM Maturity Level e (Optimized/High)
The BIM Maturity Index (BIMMI)
The BIMMI includes five BIM Maturity Levels. The progression from lower to higher levels of BIM Maturity indicates (i) better control through minimising variations between targets and actual results, (ii) better predictability and forecasting by lowering variability in competency, performance and costs and (iii) greater effectiveness in reaching defined goals and setting new more ambitious ones:
Ad-hoc or initial
The above levels are explained in the BIM Maturity Index video on the BIM Framework's YouTube channel.
For more information about the relationship between BIM Maturity Levels and BIM Capability Stages, please refer to Episode 13 on the BIM ThinkSpace blog.
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