Alec Higinbotham

My passions for design and technology have led to a focus on BIM management, standards development, and internal training engagement. In a world of “big data” and a tremendous influx of information, I am excited by the opportunities to leverage BIM as a facilitator of the design process. I am also a firm advocate for internal knowledge sharing and the premise that education is continuous. In an industry where project requirements and the tools we use to meet those requirements are constantly evolving, the need to remain forward-thinking and nimble has never been more critical. I look forward to sharing my experiences with like-minded professionals in the hopes that by collaborating, we will all grow together.
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Why Are Standards Not Standardized?

Posted by Alec Higinbotham on Jan 30, 2017 at 11:20 AM

In my professional experience, I've come across numerous office cultures and ways of doing things. I've always wondered how hundreds of hours might be spent developing documentation and procedural standards, only to have a firm "come up short" in terms of adoption.

With this in mind, I've developed a few educated conclusions as to why a lack of adherence typically occurs:

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Topics: quality control, continuous improvement, Standards