India is at the cusp of an infrastructure revolution, with ambitious plans to modernize and expand its transportation networks, energy systems, and urban development over the next five to ten years. To ensure the success of these projects, it is crucial to recognize the importance of Building Information Modelling (BIM) in facilitating efficient, sustainable, and cost-effective infrastructure development. Moreover, the construction market in India is driven by the increasing number of infrastructure projects.

To meet India’s growth targets and net-zero targets, it is imperative that the factors causing the inefficiencies and delays get addressed. These factors range from high construction costs, Inconsistent project delivery, Inadequate sustainability practices, shortage of skills and poor asset management which together need to be addressed through innovation and practices such as adoption of BIM in these sectors.