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Levels of BIM compliance for model handover

Hasan B. Cavka, Sheryl Staub-French, Erik A. Poirier
2018 Journal of Information Technology in Construction  
The findings are articulated around three levels of compliance for the owner's project and BIM requirements.  ...  Moreover, they do not allow effective detection of design issues and validation of project information quality for handover which lead to waste of resources when performing maintenance and repairs during  ...  Among the many uses of BIM for owners, use of models to support automated handover of project information ranks consistently as highly desirable with automated review of design and compliance to technical  ... 
dblp:journals/itcon/CavkaSP18 fatcat:m7e5xhaxqje4zji43ypdz5fooi

Evaluating the Alignment of Organizational and Project Contexts for BIM Adoption: A Case Study of a Large Owner Organization

Hasan Cavka, Sheryl Staub-French, Rachel Pottinger
2015 Buildings  
to BIM and the scale of the effort required for large and diverse owner organizations.  ...  Keywords : building information modeling (BIM); facilities management (FM); handover; information management; alignment Schedules Derived from Mechanical Model Information Available Within the Schedules  ...  The authors would like to thank the University of British Columbia personnel who contributed to this research for their time and for sharing their expertise with us.  ... 
doi:10.3390/buildings5041265 fatcat:qm62ue2grjayxjxtdgcmxz2vfa

CONie is not COBie: information exchange differences between network and building handover to asset management

R Perumpilly, R Kenley, T Harfield
2019 IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering  
The paper considers three specifications for construction information at handover to asset management.  ...  This desktop review of road asset management information requirements at the handover phase of construction studies the different needs of vertical and horizontal infrastructure.  ...  Appreciation to Bill East for his contribution.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1757-899x/512/1/012041 fatcat:5gjtnsgbcben5jjwkzpjjeliv4

Using BIM capabilities to improve existing building energy modelling practices

Tristan Gerrish, Kirti Ruikar, Malcolm Cook, Mark Johnson, Mark Phillip
2017 Engineering Construction and Architectural Management  
Future research in the attribution of in-use building performance data into the CDE for the management of a buildings performance in both design and use can use these findings to focus work in the areas  ...  ) demonstrating how use of BIM for compliance checking and basic sustainability analysis can be achieved.  ...  It is therefore justifiable to identify the high-level parameters required for BEM that could be stored in a BIM for use at a later date, but indicating the scope for information storage and re-use in  ... 
doi:10.1108/ecam-11-2015-0181 fatcat:kphf5bs26fae5pwqysjbzjmkyq

BIM in facilities management applications: a case study of a large university complex

Mohamad Kassem, Graham Kelly, Nashwan Dawood, Michael Serginson, Steve Lockley, Peter E.D. Love, Jane Matthews and Steve
2015 Built Environment Project and Asset Management  
The main challenges were the lack of methodologies that demonstrate the tangible benefits of BIM in FM, the limited knowledge of implementation requirement including BIM for FM modelling requirements,  ...  Purpose -Building information modelling (BIM) in facilities management (FM) applications is an emerging area of research based on the theoretical proposition that BIM information, generated and captured  ...  For example, the UK Government has mandated BIM level 2 − federated models held in separate discipline "BIM" tools with attached data − on all centrally procured projects from 2016, including the handover  ... 
doi:10.1108/bepam-02-2014-0011 fatcat:uomhx3rywbg6pnr3acoeqvx7gm

BIM-integrated portfolio-based strategic asset data quality management

Zigeng Fang, Yan Liu, Qiuchen Lu, Michael Pitt, Sean Hanna, Zhichao Tian
2022 Automation in Construction  
In addition, there is a gap in integrating their existing data collection with various data sources and Building Information Modeling (BIM) to enhance their data quality.  ...  However, the quality of their current data model is still hindered by many issues, such as missing important attributes and the lack of customized information flow guidance.  ...  the model asset category list, which increases the difficulty of requirement compliance at the portfolio level.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.autcon.2021.104070 fatcat:nn25le4vi5gjlbhrzpbt3jgjs4

Employer's Information Requirements: A Case Study Implementation of BIM on the Example of Selected Construction Projects in Poland

Krzysztof Zima, Ewelina Mitera-Kiełbasa
2021 Applied Sciences  
This paper is a case study of Employer's Information Requirements (EIR) for preparing and managing BIM models in the design and construction of selected large public construction projects: the Cogiteon  ...  Projects executed using BIM by public institutions allow for the application of insight gained as a result of their completion and the creation of a knowledge base or checklist for future projects.  ...  BIM model and specialist models with an enhanced level of detail that allows for achieving BIM goals specified for this stage.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app112210587 fatcat:fqjf5kefxnd4lgy63zle25j4bm

Towards green building performance evaluation using asset information modelling

Zaid Alwan, Barry J. Gledson, Peter E.D. Love, Jane Matthews and Steve
2015 Built Environment Project and Asset Management  
areas of commonality between these and the matured as-built Building Information Model (BIM), that becomes the Asset Information Model (AIM).  ...  Findings -Recognising the cyclical nature of asset management and BIM, a conceptual model was generated.  ...  This approach complies with official UK Government Construction Strategy (HM Government, 2011) that mandated the minimum requirement for Level 2 BIM on all centrally procured public projects and compliance  ... 
doi:10.1108/bepam-03-2014-0020 fatcat:upxl6tvq5resxk4xafgrluzdfm

Incomplete BIM Implementation: Exploring Challenges and the Role of Product Lifecycle Management Functions [chapter]

Julie Rose Jupp
2013 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
It explores implications of partial implementation for the building lifecycle.  ...  The omission of Product Lifecycle Management functions in the implementation of the BIM methodology can lead to failures in delivering the benefits of BIM to operations and diminish its value to clients  ...  This is a single study of a commercial high-rise development that implemented BIM during the relatively early years of its adoption in industry.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-41501-2_62 fatcat:2blhuzw5i5dc3ji72ufaf53mgy

BIM application to building energy performance visualisation and management: Challenges and potential

Tristan Gerrish, Kirti Ruikar, Malcolm Cook, Mark Johnson, Mark Phillip, Christine Lowry
2017 Energy and Buildings  
Acknowledgements This research was supported by EPSRC funding (EP/G037272/1) in conjunction with support from sponsors BuroHappold Engineering as an EngD research project at the Centre for Innovative and  ...  Introduction The service sector accounts for 20% of UK energy consumption [1] , with UK government targets for reduction of CO 2 emissions of at least 60% relative to 2006 levels by 2050 [2] .  ...  Much emphasis is placed on the effective handover of information suitable for facilities management (FM) use [8, 9] via model view definitions and export from design models [10] , supported by development  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.enbuild.2017.03.032 fatcat:c7qepl7w5zhalaax4xr5ym6rca

Supporting building owners and facility managers in the validation and visualisation of asset information models (AIM) through open standards and open technologies

João Patacas, Nashwan Dawood, David Greenwood, Mohamad Kassem
2016 Journal of Information Technology in Construction  
Services (CMIS) in the development of Asset Information Models (AIM) to fulfil the owner's requirements (Asset Information Requirements ) throughout the lifecycle of a building.  ...  An AIM is a data model that contains all digital data (graphical, non-graphical, and documentary) required to operate an asset or portfolio of assets.  ...  and more reliable cost estimates; shortening of project schedules by using BIM models for coordination; assuring program compliance through the analysis of the BIM models against owner and local code requirements  ... 
dblp:journals/itcon/PatacasDGK16 fatcat:bhtruo3f3fb4jjw6fz47eozg4u

Taxonomy for BIM and Asset Management Semantic Interoperability

Karim Farghaly, Fonbeyin Henry Abanda, Christos Vidalakis, Graham Wood
2018 Journal of Management in Engineering  
Asset Information Modelling provides the underlying foundation to AM 61 improvement. 62 Despite BIM capabilities and promises for improving AM practice, the implementation of BIM 63  ...  data environment for stakeholder data and guarantying 16 information availability and credibility at the handover stage.  ...  Andy Hamer, BIM Data Asset Consultant at Invicara and 580 Mr. Mahmoud Abd-elmoneam, BIM Implementation and Development Manager at Virtual 581  ... 
doi:10.1061/(asce)me.1943-5479.0000610 fatcat:jtw2gbdlkrezphpwqi3zjvty7e

From projects into operations: lessons for data handover

Jennifer Whyte, Carmel Lindkvist, Nurain Hassan Ibrahim
2013 Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Management, procurement and law  
This paper captures lessons for such data handover, from projects into operations, through interviews with leading clients and their supply chain.  ...  Data from civil engineering projects can inform the operation of built infrastructure.  ...  they could easily use, thus: The suppliers of that sort of equipment don"t seem to be set up to provide object models at the right level of detail.  ... 
doi:10.1680/mpal.11.00028 fatcat:hftqdpcycjdfxnqctvoi4mwzky


Tamer Mohamed Hossam, Ali Eid, Laila Khodeir
2019 Journal of Al-Azhar University Engineering Sector  
is known as building information modeling (BIM) as a new tool to support maintenance management.  ...  Thus, the main objective of this paper is to identify the impact of integrating building information modeling with maintenance management, whether this integration would be useful for stakeholders or would  ...  • Assure program compliance through ongoing analysis of the building model against the owner and local code requirements.  ... 
doi:10.21608/auej.2019.33343 fatcat:p75dcbszzrcctlnu6pcuv2pkqu

Investigating the Potential of Delivering Employer Information Requirements in BIM Enabled Construction Projects in Qatar [chapter]

Mian Atif Hafeez, Racha Chahrour, Vladimir Vukovic, Nashwan Dawood, Mohamad Kassem
2016 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Employer's Information Requirements (EIR) is a key document for the successful delivery of construction projects using Building Information Modeling (BIM).  ...  The concept of EIR has been developed by the UK BIM Task Group as a holistic framework for the UK construction industry to deliver the UK construction client requirements in projects using BIM.  ...  Acknowledgement The work described in this publication was part of the research project funded by the National Priority Research Program NPRP No.: 6 -604 -2 -253.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-33111-9_15 fatcat:d4h6z2s4jjfetiz5iaybu6cr4a
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