For which company is the solitary model best?

The solitary team

The solitary team model excludes the “collaborative” part of the model for creating and maintaining a library.

The solitary model can be seen as a classic pyramid organisation with one person, probably you, as Group BIM Director, Department Manager, Design Office Manager or General Manager, responsible for setting up the BIM object library.

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How do you create a BIM object library team?


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For which company is the solitary model best?

In the independent model, decisions on the process of publishing classes, properties or objects are one-way. With just one person in charge, BIM&CO recommends this model for small companies working on a small scale.

With fewer team members, it is indeed easier for you, as Group BIM Director, Department Manager, Design Office Manager or General Manager, to gain visibility on each person’s tasks and over the control of objects.

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How do you create a BIM object library team?







Download the guide “How do you create a BIM object library team?” for free!







The independent team isn’t for you? The BIM&CO team has developed three other models just for you! Stay tuned to the blog to find out more about the centralised team.