I understand where you're coming from, I think, and that is of BIMx being a tool only for the architectural side of a project. I believe that restricting it like this will be a detriment to Graphisoft as BIM and a digital workflow continue to develop.
In our office (a combined development/architecture/construction management/owner) we use BIMx through design with the owner/client but mostly as a construction administration/management tool. In this way it lacks a lot compared to the many project management tools on the market today.
Two things that would improve it significantly are:
- Easier handling of consultant drawings, shop drawings, O+M manuals and information
- Better integrated communication that ties into markup within ARCHICAD
I think that looking at from this wider perspective will keep it at the forefront of the market.
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