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The BIM Event was Successfully held!

On the evening of 13th February, Nepal BIM Forum held a successful BIM event, in collaboration with the Institute of Engineering(IOE) at Pulchowk campus. It was the very first BIM event organized in Nepal by NBIMF. In total, we had an active participation of 50 people from various engineering subjects. People from various engineering firms […]

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Building Information Modeling ( BIM) Event in Nepal

Nepal BIM Forum is proud to present a BIM Event in Nepal on the 13th of February in collaboration with the Institute of Engineering, (IOE) Pulchowk Campus. The theme of the event will be “To Support Digital Transformation of the Nepalese AEC industry with BIM”. The presenter at the event will be our chairperson from […]

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BIM Implementation in Nepalese Project Delivery System

The construction industry, in general, is fragmented in nature. The way construction projects are planned, designed and executed differ highly depending upon the countries. Developed countries currently use model-based systems, namely building information modelling (BIM) for the projects. BIM promotion and adoption in such countries are highly recommended and are regulated as it helps the […]

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A short description of BIM Use in Nepalese Architectural Engineering and Construction (AEC) Industry

Nepal has been adopting the traditional construction methodologies for decades now, and the scenario looks the same, though the signs of some changes can be felt in a few international projects. The Nepalese construction industry is currently in its developing phase. Usually, for small-scale projects, local Nepalese construction companies have enough competence to carry out […]

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BIM Implementation – A short Intro on Underground Utility System For Kathmandu Valley

Nepal is one of the ten least urbanized countries in the world. However, it is also one of the top ten fastest urbanizing countries. The Central Development Region has the highest proportion of the urban population. The Kathmandu Valley is the most populated urban region and one of the fastest-growing urban regions in South Asia, […]

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Run For Nepal

We re pleased to announce Nepal BIM Forum(NBIMF) sponsored the “RUN FOR NEPAL” event which took place in Helsinki on August 18, 2018. Two of our members Priyanka Thapa and Bhupendra Basnet ran for the event representing Nepal BIM Forum (NBIMF). Run for Nepal was organized in four countries Finland, Sweden, Norway, and Denmark. Run […]

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