Survey Results 

Questionnaires are valuable tools offering a quick and cost-effective way to gather information from a large number of stakeholders. For us, the focus was the AECO (Architecture, Engineering, Construction and Operation) industry, including architects, engineers, contractors, and building owners.

Conducting the questionnaire in all partner locations (Romania, Germany, Italy, Portugal and Denmark) allowed us to gather information regarding the industry digitalization needs, allowed us to get a better understanding of the blocking points in global BIM adoption, be able to provide valuable insights into the current state of the industry and inform future BIM adoption and implementation strategies.

The main advantages of using a questionnaire are that it provides a standardized and structured method to collect information, making it easier to compare and analyze data, it offers anonymity to participants, encouraging them to share their true opinions and needs and that it allows for targeted questions to be asked, ensuring that specific information related to BIM is captured.

You can directly support the project by taking the survey
(available in Romanian, German, Portuguese, Italian, and Danish)

The survey results (updated on 25.10.2023)

Company profile by country

Company size per country

Total respondents per country

Platform used by country

Project scale by country

Does your company have BIM Policies in place?

From your understanding of BIM, how strongly do you agree or disagree with the following statements? 

Which would be the main driver to adopt BIM in your company?

Which would be the main blocking point to overcome in order to adopt BIM in your company?

The questionnaire was developed with the support of our partners (academic and industrial) having the following resources as starting point:

[1] BIM and ISO 19650 from a project management perspective, BOOKLET ON ISO STANDARD 19650 Information management using building information modelling, European Federation of Engineering Consultancy Associations (EFCA), ISBN 9789075085075

[2] Business Plan CEN/TC 442 Building Information Modelling, Version 2020-12-15,

[3] Building Information Modelling (BIM) standardization, POLJANSEK Martin, Publications Office of the European Union,

[4] Eastman,C., Teicholz, P., Sacks, R., Liston, K., 2008. BIM Handbook. A Guide to Building Information Modeling for Owners, managers, Designer, Engineers, and Contractors. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

[5] Sacks, Rafael & Koskela, Lauri & Dave, Bhargav & Owen, Robert. (2010). Interaction of Lean and Building Information Modeling in Construction. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management. 136. 10.1061/(ASCE)CO.1943-7862.0000203.

[6] Thomas, Ken & Chisholm, Gordon & Dempsey, Brian & Graham, Brian & Stubbs, Robin. (2016). Collaborative BIM Learning via an Academia-Industry Partnership. International Journal of 3-D Information Modeling. 3. 40-48. 10.4018/ij3dim.2014010104.

[7] Pena, G., (2011). Evaluation of training needs for Building Information Modeling (BIM).

Further infomation available on request! emi