BIM Extraction Software market to be worth US$ 228.7 Million by 2026

BIM Extraction Software market to be worth US$ 228.7 Million by 2026

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US: According to a new market report published by Transparency Market Research, the global BIM extraction software market is expected to reach a value of US$ 228.7 Mn by 2026 on account of growing BIM implementation across the construction industry. The market is projected to expand at a CAGR of 10.1% during the forecast period from 2018 to 2026. Asia Pacific is anticipated to experience healthy growth which is expected to be followed by Middle East & Africa during the forecast period. The government building segment is expected to see flourishing growth, owing to rising government focus on mandating BIM across construction activities. 

This is likely to create strong demand for BIM extraction software in the near future. Similarly, governments across countries such as the U.S., AustraliaGermanyFinlandSingapore, and Denmark are focusing on enhancing technological aspects of the construction industry. Additionally, governments are mandating BIM implementation in public infrastructure developments. Public agencies, as well as private companies, are also emphasizing on implementing BIM across construction activities mainly due to the benefits offered by BIM solutions. Some of these benefits include enhanced project process outcome, reduced project cost, reduced rework, and reduced project duration among other internal, project, and process benefits offered by BIM.

The BIM extraction software market is segmented on the basis of software deployment, end-use industry, and geography. According to the research study, the cloud-based BIM extraction software market is anticipated to experience flourishing growth during the forecast period. This is mainly due to increasing penetration of cloud technology across the world. In addition, the growth of cloud-based software is also expected to be supplemented by increasing demand for cost-effective solutions across industries. By 2026, cloud-based BIM extraction software is projected to cover more than 50% of the global market. In terms of end use industry, houses and apartments segment is projected to dominate the global BIM extraction software market. Growing infrastructure developments and investments in affordable housing and multi-family or multi-dwelling projects across the world is likely to contribute to the revenue growth of the BIM extraction software market during the forecast period. Also, several construction companies emphasizing on enhanced collaboration and integration across various construction lifecycles as well as among architects, engineers, contractors, and owners are leading to increasing adoption of BIM extraction software. Additionally, governments in different countries are mandating BIM implementation which is also expected to positively affect the BIM extraction software market. Roads, bridges and highways segment is expected to hold the second largest share in the global BIM extraction software market.