Delivering Value with BIM: A Framework for Built Environment Practitioners

Sanchez, Adriana X., Hampson, Keith D., & Mohamed, Sherif (2016) Delivering Value with BIM: A Framework for Built Environment Practitioners. In CIB World Building Congress 2016, 30 May – 3 June., Tampere, Finland.

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The built environment industry worldwide is facing significant external pressures such as increased competition, higher owner expectations, rapidly changing technology and skill shortages. Building Information Modelling (BIM) has been identified as a socio-technical system that can be used to improve team communication throughout the project life-cycle, produce better outcomes, reduce rework, lower risk, provide better predictability of outcomes and improve operation and maintenance of an asset, among other benefits. Within this context, proactively establishing quality improvement cycles based on standardised work processes and corresponding measures of effectiveness will ensure better project outcomes. These outcomes can be driven by continuously improving systems and active monitoring. This paper introduces a methodology for developing a whole-of-life asset management strategy for delivering value with BIM across the life-cycle of built assets. It also presents a framework to assess progress towards value-driven goals. Keywords: BIM, value, whole-of-life, asset management, strategy

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ID Code: 97639
Item Type: Conference Paper
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Deposited On: 22 Sep 2016 05:10
Last Modified: 27 Sep 2016 17:21

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