Evaluation of the drivers of bim implementation to support the delivery of client requirements (crs) among the early bim adopters

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Shahrin, F. and Udeaja, C. (2019). Evaluation of the drivers of bim implementation to support the delivery of client requirements (crs) among the early bim adopters. Association of Researchers in Construction Management, ARCOM 2019. Leeds 02 - 04 Sep 2019 pp. 235-244
AuthorsShahrin, F. and Udeaja, C.
TypeConference paper
Abstract

© 2019 Association of Researchers in Construction Management, ARCOM 2019 - Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference. All rights reserved. Managing clients and the project constraints to deliver the client requirements (CRs) is a complex process. There are tools, methodology or even theoretical discussion to explore the best solutions to create better dynamics and experience among team members and client, increased value for products and the people and importantly, to change the traditional project delivery processes. In on-going effort to bring in the required innovation, a new dimension of approach is introduced: Building Information Modelling (BIM). However, there is a gap to identify the drivers for BIM implementation for different type of clients across different type of projects among the early adopters. BIM become an important context by providing the collaboration platform to create clearer and visible CRs communication. This part of research sought to evaluate the drivers and its impact project delivery with one BIM champion across three projects. A qualitative inductive research approach was adopted for this study through interviews across three case studies. The first stage research confirms that BIM particularly important creating increased understanding and positive feedback loop among client and facility end user through better visualisation of alternative solutions which is crucial for the efficient iterative design process.

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JournalAssociation of Researchers in Construction Management, ARCOM 2019 - Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference
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Accepted17 May 2019
Deposited27 May 2021
ISBN9780995546349
Page range235-244
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