You might think that BIM is only beneficial for big projects, but it can be worthwhile for small projects as well. BIM is beneficial for firms and projects of any size.
BIM allows us to visualize and render ideas to the client, which helps them understand the design better. A model with 3D rendering gives the client a better vision of what they can expect from the project.
BIM enables architects to get a clear understanding of the project thereby allowing them to budget the projects accordingly and stick to it. With small projects, it is highly important to stay within the budget, and BIM allows doing exactly that. It is easier to do calculations while keeping all the design factors in mind.
With BIM, you can easily make changes when required so it makes it easier to update the project for a smaller firm. For a small project, you already need to put in a lot of effort at once and there are numerous things you need to take care of, and making mistakes cannot be one. BIM saves you from reworks, hence increasing work efficiency. This will also help you focus on the design completely while giving your best.
Implementing BIM will only add value to a smaller project and with each step, bring something new to the table. Every project will benefit from the previous and the cost set for the project will be justified, and the project will be delivered within the timeline.