||The popularity of BIM has improved in the past years. However, its adoption and implementation rates are still slow. Apart from latent limitations regarding yet undefined market drivers; many potential BIM users are still speculative because of a number of concerns. Arguably, there is need for defining comprehensive frameworks for initiating and servicing BIM adoption and sustainable implementation, both in term of cost and non-cost indices. A process model for BIM implementation is discussed using different organization structures. This is indexed on skilling, hardware, software, on-costs, indirect costs and marketing costs. Conclusions are drawn on the benefits and limitations of implementing this model.