BNIM is ranked 25th overall among the Top 50 Architects of 2016 by Architect Magazine. This includes 4th in Sustainability, 51st in Design and 105th in Business.
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This project originated as a grassroots effort to reimagine Grand Boulevard in Downtown Kansas City, Missouri as a game-changing catalyst sustainable project, connecting the Missouri River, Downtown, Crossroads and Crown Center districts through an iconic streetscape project. BNIM, in collaboration with Crandall Arambula and the City’s Parks and Recreation Department, engaged Downtown stakeholders to create a vision for a complete, green, and livable Grand Boulevard. The team’s conceptual design for the plan creates a sustainable “complete street” that will improve vehicular, pedestrian, bicycle, and multi-modal transportation, increase economic viability, efficiently manage stormwater and runoff, find “green” solutions, and create inviting places for pedestrians.
BIM is dead.
What I really mean is that the original notion of BIM is dead, at least metaphorically speaking. BIM’s original promise was that we would work easier, be more efficient, design better, and remove our limit of the 2-D plane. However, it ended up creating shorter deadlines, larger drawing sets, and more confusing