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Anyone who has been working in the construction sector for some time will have noticed a series of radical transformations that have completely changed the way we manage projects, in addition to new concepts of productivity and economy. After all, thanks to the advancement of technology, especially with the advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI), there are much more efficient, faster and cheaper ways to perform the same tasks. 

Building Information Modeling, or BIM for short, is a collaborative corporate work tool, used for the development and application of planning, design, construction and management of buildings and infrastructure. BIM involves the creation and use of three-dimensional digital models, which already contain detailed information about all aspects of a project, from geometry and location to the physical and functional properties of each of the components. 

Construction painting plays a pivotal role in enhancing the aesthetic appeal and durability of structures. However, the process generates a significant amount of waste, including leftover paint, brushes, and containers. 

Having a cost estimate is essential for any construction project, after all, this ensures that the project is delivered on time and does not fall out of budget planning. The more accurate this estimate is, the better the control and the less costly the project will be. This is because, based on a well-prepared cost estimate, it is possible to predict possible losses and draw up plans to avoid them, as well as seek alternatives that are still efficient, but cheaper, to solve the same problems.