This engaging book is the ideal guide for those currently, or preparing to work with BIM internationally.
Author: Llewellyn CM Tang
The use of BIM has become absolutely necessary for those working in the modern AEC industry. It has caused a step-change in the production of through-life information, which is driving an evolution of the ways in which individuals work. Different strategies for adapting to BIM from across the globe are examined, in order to equip the reader with the skills needed when facing the emerging BIM-supported collaborative environment. This engaging book is the ideal guide for those currently, or preparing to work with BIM internationally.
The optimal approach to design, build, operate, and maintain buildings With this strategic guide to building information modeling (BIM), you’ll learn how to implement this new technology as part of a comprehensive systems approach to the ...
Author: Dana K. Smith
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
The optimal approach to design, build, operate, and maintainbuildings With this strategic guide to building information modeling(BIM), you’ll learn how to implement this new technology aspart of a comprehensive systems approach to the design,construction, management, operation, maintenance, and use ofbuildings. The authors, among the leading experts andpioneers in BIM, show you how BIM supports more streamlined,integrated, and efficient business processes throughout the lifecycle of buildings, from their initial conception through theireventual retirement or reuse. The result is better qualitybuildings, lower construction and operating costs, shorter projectturnaround times, and a higher quality of building information tosupport better business decisions. Moreover, they set forth aplan for incorporating BIM into every organization’s existingworkflows, enabling you to take full advantage of all the benefitsthat BIM offers. Everything you need to implement a BIM approach is setforth in detail, including: The business case for BIM, demonstrating how it can improvecollaboration, facilitate better design and construction, optimizeworkflow, and help reduce risk Guidance for meeting the challenges of BIM such as anentrenched business culture, the proliferation of BIM tools, andthe uneven rates of BIM adoption The “big picture” view showing how yourorganization can work with business partners and fit into thebuilding life cycle in a BIM-enabled industry Throughout the book, sample documents and figures help youbetter understand the principles of BIM and how it works inpractice. In addition, first-hand accounts show you exactlyhow adopters of BIM have gained a competitive edge. Architects, engineers, constructors, building owners, andfacility managers can turn to this book to realize the fullpotential of BIM and radically improve the way buildings aredesigned, built, operated, and maintained.
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law is needed to compel practitioners to use BIM, are educated to university level.
Author: A. Galiano-Garrigos
Publisher: WIT Press
The papers presented at Building Information Modelling 2017 (BIM) are from a range of forums, including plenary papers, workshops, seminars, and panel sessions. The conference was attended by experts from industry, practice and academia, sharing their work on key topics, the development of innovative solutions, and the identification future trends. The volume gives details of how BIM tools and techniques have fundamentally altered the manner in which modern construction teams operate, the processes through which designs are evolved, and the relationships between conceptual, detail, construction and life cycle stages. BIM is essentially value-creating collaboration throughout the entire life-cycle of an asset, underpinned by the statistics attached to them and has far and reaching consequences on both building procurement and infrastructure. BIM 2017 papers cover topics such as: BIM in design coordination, Construction operations; Building operation and maintenance; BIM and sustainability; Collaborative working and practices; Facilities management integration and GIS integration; Automation in construction; Health and safety; BIM and interoperability; Life cycle project management; Cultural heritage; BIM and Robotics; Risk analysis and management and Emergency analysis, planning and management
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Author: Randy Deutsch
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
"Ready or not, it’s high time to make BIM a part of your practice, or at least your vocabulary, and this book has as much to offer beginners as it does seasoned users of building information modeling software." —Chicago Architect The first book devoted to the subject of how BIM affects individuals and organizations working within the ever-changing construction industry, BIM and Integrated Design discusses the implementation of building information modeling software as a cultural process with a focus on the technology’s impact and transformative effect—both potentially disruptive and liberating—on the social, psychological, and practical aspects of the workplace. BIM and Integrated Design answers the questions that BIM poses to the firm that adopts it. Through thorough research and a series of case study interviews with industry leaders—and leaders in the making out from behind the monitor—BIM and Integrated Design helps you learn: Effective learning strategies for fully understanding BIM software and its use Key points about integrated design to help you promote the process to owners and your team How BIM changes not only the technology, process, and delivery but also the leadership playing field How to become a more effective leader no matter where you find yourself in the organization or on the project team How the introduction of BIM into the workforce has significant education, recruitment, and training implications Covering all of the human issues brought about or exacerbated by the advent of BIM into the architecture workplace, profession, and industry, BIM and Integrated Design shows how to overcome real and perceived barriers to its use.
4.1 BIM Adoption In the UK, the National BIM Report for 2017  states that
following the Level 2 BIM mandate in 2016, 60% of practices use BIM, and 95%
expect to adopt it within the next three years. The next target by the NBS in the
UK is to ...
Author: Ian F. C. Smith
This double volume set ( LNAI 10863-10864) constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 25th International Workshop, EG-ICE 2018, held in Lausanne, Switzerland, in June 2018. The 58 papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 108 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on Advanced Computing in Engineering, Computer Supported Construction Management, Life-Cycle Design Support, Monitoring and Control Algorithms in Engineering, and BIM and Engineering Ontologies.
Thus, the Nigerian macro-BIM adoption study aims to assist the policy makers in
developing and or assessing the macro BIM diffusion policies, strategies and
plans within the Nigerian construction market. Sequel to the completion of the ...
Author: Clinton Aigbavboa
This book gathers papers from the 11th Construction Industry Development Board (cidb) Postgraduate Research Conference, held on 28–30 July 2019 in Johannesburg, South Africa. The conference provided an essential forum for reviewing and generating knowledge on Construction 4.0 and, consequently, highlighted processes and practices that allow us to deliver and operate built environment assets more effectively and efficiently by focusing on physical-to-digital and digital-to-physical transformation. The event addressed three broad themes: Industrial production (prefabrication, 3-D printing and assembly, offsite and advanced manufacturing); Cyber-physical systems (actuators, sensors, IoT, robots and cobots for repetitive and dangerous tasks, and drones for mapping, progress monitoring, safety and quality inspections, lifting, moving and positioning); and Technologies (digital ecosystems, digital platforms, BIM, video and laser scanning, AI and cloud computing, big data and data analytics, reality capture, blockchain, simulation, virtual and augmented reality, data standards and interoperability, and vertical and horizontal integration). Given its scope, the book will be of interest to all construction industry and architectural professionals who want to learn about cutting-edge technologies applied to construction
The cost of BIM software in Malaysia is high in comparison to fully developed
nations. The Malaysian Government may have policies intended to support BIM
adoption but these are unknown to the industry. The industry considers that the ...
Author: John Rogers, Heap-Yih Chong, Christopher Preece, Chai Chai Lim and Himal Suranga Jayasena
Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers
Building Information Modeling (BIM), or the process of generating and managing digital information about physical representations of constructions, has been effectively adopted and benefited numerous civil engineering projects across the globe, particularly in developed countries. BIM Development and Trends in Developing Countries addresses the philosophies and practices for improved application of BIM in developing countries. Two case studies are presented in this reference: one from Malaysia and another representing Sri Lanka. Readers are given an introduction and background of the Malaysian and Sri Lankan construction industry and a critical review of BIM's philosophies, development and applications in different stages of a construction project. The authors present their recommendations on the way forward for BIM practices articulated from the two perspectives, namely, academia and industrial BIM practice. The case studies in this book highlight the role of adequate BIM software techniques and the importance of governmental support in facing building challenges at the moment. . BIM Development and Trends in Developing Countries provides readers useful insights on the evolution of BIM practice in emerging countries and is a unique report on two specific scenarios in BIM development. Engineers, architects, urban planners and policy makers around the globe seeking to understand practical BIM implementation and trends will find this reference invaluable.
Building on the literature review, this study discusses the sustainable design and constructability concepts in the construction industry and the manner by which BIM can be effectively utilized the pre-construction phase.
Author: Amira Elshazly Mohamed
Abstract: Global environmental changes, energy consumption, and the scarcity of water have all imposed the need to implement sustainable development strategies worldwide. The construction industry and its healthy practices are not exception, as it should take more strides to alleviate harmful impacts of unsustainable construction practices on the built environment. Sustainable construction has many aspects such as passive design, selection of the appropriate materials and construction techniques, energy efficient systems, and water conservation. In Egypt, current situation regarding energy consumption, accelerated urbanization, and high pollution rates are urging the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) professionals to convert current conventional construction approaches into more sustainable ones. One of the useful in this regard is to capitalize on technological innovative means to narrow the gap and advance the sustainable green construction mission. Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a relatively recent technology within the construction industry that, when properly introduced, can help in providing adequate project quality, accurate time and quantity take-offs schedules, and project costs reduction. For instance, this tool can result in more efficient design practices, which contribute to reducing waste generation, energy consumption and promote passive design strategies. This study aims at analyzing the impact of BIM implementation on the sustainable construction practices and assessing current BIM implementation trends during the design process phase in the AEC industry. In principle, the study tackles BIM adoption situation factors of influencing and the barriers, and opportunities confronting its implementation within the Egyptian consultancy firms. Building on the literature review, this study discusses the sustainable design and constructability concepts in the construction industry and the manner by which BIM can be effectively utilized the pre-construction phase. Furthermore, the study describes the BIM implementation obstacles, success factors, and the role of government and other stakeholders in adopting BIM for achieving sustainable construction industry. To meet this objective, interviews were conducted with BIM users and experts to investigate the BIM implementation situation in the Egyptian consultancy firms and needed actions for successful BIM adoption in the Egyptian construction market. The academic knowledge with the interviews provide the researcher with the base to articulate the ideas and develops the discussion to figure out the critical issues regarding BIM adoption in Egypt. In this manner, the research provides some recommendations for successful BIM adoption in the Egyptian construction industry. In addition, the study recommended adopting BIM as the technological pillar towards sustainable construction industry in the country's 2030 sustainable development strategy. The research also encourages the collaboration between the construction industry stakeholders to set a roadmap for adopting BIM in the Egyptian construction industry. Finally, build on the literature and the experts’ opinions, the research recommended practical actions for the industry players to ensure a successful transition towards BIM implementation.
This book has demonstrated the proposed benchmark, its unique development method, application in real projects and lesson learned, take away points for reader's better understanding.
Author: Keyu Chen
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Building easily outlast their inhabitants. Buildings last forever while civilizations rise and fall. Edifices remain as testaments of cultures and history, other than dwelling for humans. It also represents the advanced level of technology and human society. Building Information Modelling (BIM) in today's building industry is believed as a holistic evolution. It started with software breakthrough. After a while the practitioners realized a proper BIM implementation specification with a focus on the technology, data, process, legal, people and culture is needed to assist BIM users to achieve a standardized adoption procedure and better results. Scholars furthermore argue that it is not necessary to adopt full BIM, instead, a lean BIM concept should be considered. This book introduced a benchmark for BIM users to assess their current BIM capability, strength and weakness in project, organization and industry level. Hence, the most informed decision and strategic plan can be made. Two vital elements of this framework are: a comprehensive set of decision making criteria and a reasonable priority system - where the weightage assigned to each criteria should align with the company's objective and vision. The proposed concept can be applied regardless of project types, regions, regulations, clients' requirements etc. while specific information could definitely improve the accuracy of the framework and achieve a much higher level of BIM. This book is for high end BIM users and guide their daily BIM tasks. Those users include but are not limited to: BIM managers, regional BIM directors, BIM strategist, project managers from all parties including designer, contractor, QS, developers as well as the facility management group. This book is also suitable for BIM modelers, coordinators, designers, builders and other individuals who are engaged in a BIM based project and would like to go further. This book has demonstrated the proposed benchmark, its unique development method, application in real projects and lesson learned, take away points for reader's better understanding.
Why you need this book BIMKIT reveals and provides a thorough and comprehensive path to follow for any professional actively partaking in the adoption, implementation and utilization of building information modeling in their processes.
Author: Jero Juujärvi
Publisher: Jero Juujärvi
“Reading BIMKIT as one of my self improvement books .These words definitely resonate with me. ’BIM is a tool. A mentality. An approach. To connect, to enhance, to improve. BIM is not just a visual aid or project data, but a stairway to higher efficiency and guidance.’ I will enjoy reading the rest of this book!” → David Campbell The Perfected Recipe to Start Adopting Building Information Modelling Faster and More Beneficially How do I implement BIM and improve the BIM adoption in my projects? How should I approach BIM to make it much more effective? If you as a professional find these questions often lingering in your mind and feel challenged by the "humongous mountain of information" called BIM, this book is your best bet! Once you take up a copy of this book, you'll get step by step guide to navigating the world of BIM with constant support from the author in the form of additional supplemental resources based around the concepts in the book, eventually ensuring that the concepts sink in and you, as the reader confident to implement the processes. In addition to that, BIMKIT will also help your whole organization maximize the benefits, as well as down-size your risks in Building information modeling. Here are the key ways you stand to benefit from claiming a copy of the book: Rich Insights Learn the approach to gathering all nuances from your projects effectively. Insight gathering plays a crucial role in improving your organization's BIM benefit and utilization. Without understanding this piece of a puzzle, you are certain to find it a lot more difficult to take great advantage of the benefits that building information modeling offers. Plan of Action Find out how to structure your action steps and when to take them. It is of utmost importance to push forward upon the right things at the right time and achieve meaningful results. If a good plan of action is missing, you find yourself putting out more fires in projects than working to drive more significant results and progress, which should be the ultimate goal. Adoption Strategy Training and supporting your colleagues should not be taken lightly. If you want your teams to learn the best practices, you need to approach it more strategically. Therefore having a strong proven Adoption strategy as your backbone and foundation is critical to get things right as from the first step in the journey. Maximizing efficiency Let's face it. If you are in the engineering, infrastructure construction, and architectural space, then it’s almost certain that you always want to have lean, efficient processes running in our organization. BIM is the vehicle to time-saving and waste reduction capabilities and enables us to leverage them in infrastructure construction processes leading to fewer errors. Why you need this book BIMKIT reveals and provides a thorough and comprehensive path to follow for any professional actively partaking in the adoption, implementation and utilization of building information modeling in their processes. This ensures your success when taking up and correctly utilizing the tool that is BIM.
Do you find these questions among many, lingering in your mind as a professional? If you are looking for a step-by-step guide to overcome the "humongous mountain of information" called BIM, this is your best bet!
Author: Jero Juujärvi
The Perfected Recipe to Start Adopting Building Information Modelling Faster and More Beneficially How do I implement BIM and improve the BIM adoption in my projects? How should I approach BIM to make it much more effective? Do you find these questions among many, lingering in your mind as a professional? If you are looking for a step-by-step guide to overcome the "humongous mountain of information" called BIM, this is your best bet! Once you take up a copy of this book, you'll get step by step guide to navigating the world of BIM with constant support from the author ensuring that the concepts sink in and you, the reader feels confident to implement the processes. In addition to that, it will also help your whole organization maximize the benefits, as well as down-size your risks in Building information modeling. Here are a few things you are assured to learn once you claim a copy of the book: Rich InsightsLearn the approach to gathering all nuances from your projects effectively. Insight gathering plays a crucial role in improving your organization's BIM benefit and utilization. Without understanding this piece of a puzzle, you are certain to find it a lot more difficult to take great advantage of the benefits that building information modeling offers. Plan of ActionFind out how to structure your action steps and when to take them. It is of utmost importance to push forward upon the right things at the right time and achieve meaningful results. If a good plan of action is missing, you find yourself putting out more fires in projects than working to drive more significant results and progress, which should be the ultimate goal. Adoption StrategyTraining and supporting your colleagues should not be taken lightly. If you want your teams to learn the best practices, you need to approach it more strategically. Therefore having a strong proven Adoption strategy as your backbone and foundation is critical to get things right as from the first step in the journey. Maximising efficiencyLet's face it. If you are in the engineering, infrastructure construction, and architectural space, then it's almost certain that you always want to have lean, efficient processes running in our organization. BIM is the vehicle to time-saving and waste reduction capabilities and enables us to leverage them in infrastructure construction processes leading to fewer errors. WHY YOU NEED BIM KIT!BIM KIT reveals and provides a thorough and comprehensive path to follow for any professional actively partaking in the implementation and utilization of building information modeling in their infrastructure construction processes. This ensures your success by taking up and correctly using the tool that is BIM. About The Author JERO JUUJÄRVI is a vibrant life-long learner who has explored and worked in many industries as well as professions. He has an adamant desire to understand all nuances and transforming them into beneficial, and repeatable practices is at the core of his workings.You won't find a better deal than this to make the needed changes in your processes and start achieving more. Scroll up and get a copy of the book!
Many of these are traditional roles that have expanded or changed to include significant BIM responsibility.
Author: Kathryn Joy Davies
Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a set of technologies, tools, processes and approaches that is bringing a fundamental change to construction industry across all stages of design, delivery and operation. Although BIM is encouraged, promoted, and even in some cases mandated at upper levels of the AEC industry, successful adoption and implementation requires the efforts of individuals who are prepared to take responsibility for driving and influencing practice at a project and organisational level. The importance of human factors in BIM implementation, such as competencies, training and education, relationships, attitudes and personal traits, are often identified in the literature. However, in much of the ongoing research in BIM, they are merely acknowledged to be necessary or important, but not examined in any detail. Their influence on BIM progress are sometimes touched on in case studies and surveys, but the focus tends to be much more centred on technology and practice. This study looks to the people identified as leaders and influencers in BIM environments, and explores the roles they fill, their backgrounds and understanding of the BIM process. Their perspectives on these soft issues, as well as the broader technical and process context of BIM, form the focus of this thesis. The overall inquiry into the impacts of BIM adoption on roles within the AEC industry is addressed through two central research questions. The first explores the ways in which BIM adoption has created or influenced the creation of new roles within the industry, whilst the second considers how the characteristics of the individuals tasked with BIM adoption and implementation have affected the development of BIM. These questions have been addressed through a qualitative interview survey which included 73 BIM practitioners identified by their peers as BIM specialists or leaders in BIM implementation in New Zealand, Australia, the Netherlands, the UK, and the US. This was supported by a comparison of two case studies of emerging BIM practice in New Zealand. The findings show that the introduction of BIM has progressed to a point where BIM roles are now common across many sectors of the AEC industry. Many of these are traditional roles that have expanded or changed to include significant BIM responsibility. Others are new roles that have emerged to fulfil specific needs for management of BIM information, process and strategy in projects and organisations. However, even with this increasing involvement of specialist practitioners in BIM and wider industry practice, the status of BIM as a professional role is still not established. Many practitioners expressed feelings of insecurity regarding their current position, suggesting that work to provide greater clarity around expectations, education and certification, and career progression is necessary so that BIM practitioners can be assured that such roles have value and recognition. The experience, skills, passions and concerns of those tasked with 'being' BIM within a company or project environment have a significant influence on BIM implementation. Employing and developing people with the appropriate skills and attitudes to take on BIM roles thus has a great benefit to companies and the industry as a whole.
This book is intended to equip landscape practitioners and practices to meet the challenges and reap the rewards of working in a BIM environment - and to help professionals in related fields to understand how BIM processes can be brought ...
Author: Landscape Institute
BIM (Building Information Modelling) is transforming working practices across the built environment sector, as clients, professionals, contractors and manufacturers throughout the supply chain grasp the opportunities that BIM presents. The first book ever to focus on the implementation of BIM processes in landscape and external works, BIM for Landscape will help landscape professionals understand what BIM means for them. This book is intended to equip landscape practitioners and practices to meet the challenges and reap the rewards of working in a BIM environment - and to help professionals in related fields to understand how BIM processes can be brought into landscape projects. BIM offers significant benefits to the landscape profession, and heralds a new chapter in inter-disciplinary relationships. BIM for Landscape shows how BIM can enhance collaboration with other professionals and clients, streamline information processes, improve decision-making and deliver well-designed landscape projects that are right first time, on schedule and on budget. This book looks at the organisational, technological and professional practice implications of BIM adoption. It discusses in detail the standards, structures and information processes that form BIM Level 2-compliant workflows, highlighting the role of the landscape professional within the new ways of working that BIM entails. It also looks in depth at the digital tools used in BIM projects, emphasising the ‘information’ in Building Information Modelling, and the possibilities that data-rich models offer in landscape design, maintenance and management. BIM for Landscape will be an essential companion to the landscape professional at any stage of their BIM journey.
The Handbook of Research on Building Information Modeling and Construction Informatics: Concepts and Technologies addresses the problems related to information integration and interoperability throughout the lifecycle of a building, from ...
Author: Underwood, Jason
Publisher: IGI Global
In recent years, building information modeling has become a very active research area of construction informatics with investigation of ICT use within construction industry processes and organizations. The Handbook of Research on Building Information Modeling and Construction Informatics: Concepts and Technologies addresses the problems related to information integration and interoperability throughout the lifecycle of a building, from feasibility and conceptual design through to demolition and recycling stages. Containing research from leading international experts, this Handbook of Research provides comprehensive coverage and definitions of the most important issues, concepts, trends, and technologies within the field.
Building Information Modelling (BIM) harnesses digital technologies to unlock more efficient methods of designing, creating and maintaining built environment assets, so the Construction Manager’s BIM Handbook ensures the reader ...
Author: John Eynon
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Building Information Modelling (BIM) harnesses digital technologies to unlock more efficient methods of designing, creating and maintaining built environment assets, so the Construction Manager’s BIM Handbook ensures the reader understands what BIM is, what the UK strategy is and what it means for key roles in the construction team. ensure that all readers understand what BIM and are fully aware of the implications of BIM for them and their organisations provides concise summaries of key aspects of BIM ensure that all readers can begin to adopt this approach in future projects includes industry case studies illustrating the use of BIM on large and small projects