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Advanced BIM Applications in the Construction Industry

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posted on 2024-06-13, 11:55 authored by Tatjana Vilutiene, M Reza Hosseini, Eugenio Pellicer, Edmundas K Zavadskas
Rapid technological advancements along with the fierce competition in the construction market for providing better services have stimulated profound change towards using innovative methodologies in the construction industry. With this in mind, there is consensus among researchers and practitioners that construction organizations must draw upon the constant industrial digitalization trend as an opportunity to modify current practices and apply new ways of delivering construction projects. Of these, Building Information Modeling (BIM) is currently considered the most innovative methodology across the construction sector. In its core, BIM provides an intelligent digital representation of buildings to support diverse activities throughout the lifecycle of projects, bringing about a wide range of benefits for various aspects of the delivery process. Despite the major technical advancements associated with BIM, its adoption across the industry is still low, largely due to the necessity of substantial change across the 25 supply chains, as well as risks and challenges associated with this change. This special issue aims to set a stage for researchers in presenting their findings on current BIM practices, advanced developments, and critical analysis of BIM pillars in applying BIM-enabled practices: technology, people, and processes.

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Journal

Advances in Civil Engineering

Volume

2019

Article number

6356107

Location

New York, N.Y.

Open access

  • Yes

ISSN

1687-8086

eISSN

1687-8094

Language

eng

Publication classification

C4 Letter or note

Copyright notice

2019, The Authors

Publisher

Hindawi Publishing Corporation

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