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Supporting Knowledge-Intensive Construction Management Tasks in BIM

Madhav Prasad Nepal, Sheryl Staub-French
2016 Journal of Information Technology in Construction  
intensive CM/FM tasks and functions.  ...  The knowledge engineering process and the methods applied in this research for information representation and retrieval could provide useful mechanisms to leverage BIM in support of a number of knowledge  ...  It applies knowledge engineering methodology for the acquisition, representation, validation and inferencing (reasoning) of construction relevant knowledge to support knowledge-intensive construction management  ... 
dblp:journals/itcon/NepalS16 fatcat:5t2cvlhgqjh7bcu6tb76lejj5y

An Empirical Study on the Acceptance of 4D BIM in EPC Projects in China

Pan Gong, Ningshuang Zeng, Kunhui Ye, Markus König
2019 Sustainability  
in the EPC project is beneficial; (2) the task-technology fit plays a leading role in technology acceptance; (3) the management incentive is inefficient at the operational stage.  ...  and support multi-party information sharing is beneficial to EPC project management.  ...  It can present dynamic construction plans and generate construction process patterns to assist construction managers [7] and further contribute to the project knowledge codification and personalization  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11051316 fatcat:zjomw3msrjc25e4el7m2vlscum

ENHANCING THE GRADUATES' EMPLOYABILITY AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT THROUGH BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING INTENSIVE TRAINING

Aimi Sara Ismail, Kherun Nita Ali, Nur Emma Mustaffa, Noorminshah A. Iahad, Badiru Yunusa Yusuf
2019 International Journal of Built Environment and Sustainability  
In conjunction with this, BIM Intensive Training was conducted for a selected number of final year undergraduate students at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia.  ...  Although their existing knowledge of BIM and their skills using the software applications were quite limited, they were capable in learning expeditiously as the assignment provided them with real-world  ...  Acknowledgement The authors would like to thank Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (VOT number: 15H96) for supporting this research.  ... 
doi:10.11113/ijbes.v6.n1-2.387 fatcat:mwpywednofczxbp4jqckbbk6zm

Building Information Modelling in Tertiary Construction Project Management Education: A Programme-wide Implementation Strategy

Perry Forsythe, Julie Jupp, Anil Sawhney
2013 Journal for Education in the Built Environment  
This paper reports on the on-going development of teaching and learning supported by Building Information Modelling (BIM) in the undergraduate Construction Project Management Programme at the University  ...  BIM is a model-driven approach to designing, constructing, operating and maintaining buildings and civil engineering facilities.  ...  Introduction to Construction Project Management Education Designing and constructing the built environment is a creative and collaborative process; making it knowledge intensive and generative (Berente  ... 
doi:10.11120/jebe.2013.00003 fatcat:xec3bqn7z5b77aaldusyfd2lwm

Teaching Reform and Practices of Civil Engineering Majors' BIM-Based Comprehensive Graduation Design

Ailin Zhang, Na Zhao
2018 DEStech Transactions on Social Science Education and Human Science  
Practices prove that it is helpful for rapidly enhancing students' practical skills in BIM, strengthening students' abilities in engineering practices and improving their knowledge about engineering by  ...  comprehensively using BIM in graduation design. 1  ...  The entire stage of construction is managed in combination with software for managing materials, data and projects. At last, documents about deliverables may be created.  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtssehs/ichae2018/25643 fatcat:xqpajhsagvcvdmzldnkuzl674a

Early Contractor and Facility Management Team Involvement in the BIM Environment

Hao Wang, Xianhai Meng, Patrick J. McGetrick
2018 Periodica Polytechnica Architecture  
To efficiently manage knowledge in projects, various strategies and tools have been applied over the years to support knowledge management (KM).  ...  Hence, knowledge in projects is complex and difficult to manage.  ...  Acknowledgement This research was supported by the China Scholarship Council (Grant Number 201508520030).  ... 
doi:10.3311/ppar.12693 fatcat:5qutls3nc5apzixqtiesraqbbi

Transformation from IT-based knowledge management into BIM-supported knowledge management: A literature review

Hao Wang, Xianhai Meng
2019 Expert systems with applications  
To manage knowledge effectively, various information technology (IT) models and systems have been developed for knowledge management (KM) in the construction industry over the years.  ...  To manage knowledge effectively, various information technology (IT) models and systems have been developed for knowledge management (KM) in the construction industry over the years.  ...  According to such studies as Grover & Froese (2016) , knowledge can be collaboratively managed in the BIM environment based on a central platform.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.eswa.2018.12.017 fatcat:pzs67rqw4nf6rbrruk7zl6vkgu

Value Cocreation Modeling: Supporting the Analysis and Design of B2B Service Engagements through Agent Orientation and Business Intelligence

Lysanne Lessard, Eric S. K. Yu
2014 International i* Workshop  
Yet, these types of service engagements, for example R&D services and other knowledge-intensive business services, are key components of industrialized economies.  ...  VCM draws concepts and constructs from i*, an agent-oriented modeling language, and business intelligence modeling.  ...  Training and Knowledge for HCAs" is expressed in terms of the college's value proposition rather than as a task.  ... 
dblp:conf/istar/LessardY14 fatcat:ngrukptzdvhvtjsmm2puz7appu

BIM and PLM: Comparing and Learning from Changes to Professional Practice Across Sectors [chapter]

J. R. Jupp, M. Nepal
2014 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
This paper presents an analysis of PLM and BIM in relation to effects on professional practice.  ...  A review of the literature explores the nature of changes triggered by PLM and BIM relative to new activities, roles and responsibilities, knowledge competencies, and relationships.  ...  administration, systems support through-life, and facilities management knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-45937-9_5 fatcat:6di2y6bk6veexjhkoakusfjbcy

BIM in teaching — lessons learned from exploratory study

Iva Kovacic, Dragos Vasilescu, Michael Filzmoser, Rüdiger Suppin, Lars Oberwinter
2015 Organization, Technology and Management in Construction: An International Journal  
In order to build up capabilities and thus support BIM adoption in the practice, BIM skills have be built up already in university teaching.  ...  Our results are not only informative for the configuration of interdisciplinary BIM-supported university teaching, but can be derived for the practice as well, especially in the areas of project management  ...  An intensive collaboration on a joint BIM-knowledge model makes a group-dynamics an important topic in BIM research.  ... 
doi:10.5592/otmcj.2015.3.3 fatcat:2cxsvvdkcjaxnivml6qh4grvee

Exploring Natural Language Processing in Construction and Integration with Building Information Modeling: A Scientometric Analysis

Mirko Locatelli, Elena Seghezzi, Laura Pellegrini, Lavinia Chiara Tagliabue, Giuseppe Martino Di Giuda
2021 Buildings  
The highest number of NLP applications in AECO are in the fields of Project, Safety, and Risk Management.  ...  The growth of NLP is affecting the construction industry. However, the potential of NLP and the combination of an NLP and BIM approach is still unexplored.  ...  [78] , BIM-based approach [79] , construction knowledge management [80] , project collaboration and information exchange [81] , facility management [82] , property management [83] , building design  ... 
doi:10.3390/buildings11120583 fatcat:zcjcsyuu5vccjpd54bomvgg46y

A BIM-based framework for construction project scheduling risk management

A.H. Oti, J.H.M. Tah, P. Clermont, A.M. Musa, F.H. Abanda
2020 International Journal of Computer Aided Engineering and Technology  
that are supported by 4D/5D BIM software systems that contain risk management modules.  ...  However, studies about the use of BIM in risk management are sketchy with a lack of a systematic approach in using BIM for managing risk in construction projects.  ...  BIM with risk management to support the development process of a project.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijcaet.2020.10026288 fatcat:h6aiwkyirbgjrnuaikoj3ahvre

Keystone players in collaborative building information modeling — form of contribution in Japanese large-scale projects

Tsukasa Ishizawa
2022 Journal of Information Technology in Construction  
own BIM knowledge to respect equal collaboration.  ...  The stagnation of construction productivity is becoming increasingly serious in Japan with the decreasing construction workforce.  ...  BIM log mining is an emerging method to decipher the collaboration in BIM activities and extract useful knowledge to improve learning and management methods.  ... 
doi:10.36680/j.itcon.2022.034 fatcat:4hpode3ubrbgpa7k6jmntkueyu

Construction risk knowledge management in BIM using ontology and semantic web technology

L.Y. Ding, B.T. Zhong, S. Wu, H.B. Luo
2016 Safety Science  
This paper attempts to take advantage of the strength of BIM, ontology and semantic web technology to establish an ontology-based methodology/framework for construction risk knowledge management in BIM  ...  The development of Building Information Modelling provides a visual and information-rich environment to incorporate the construction risk knowledge in the domain of safety management.  ...  Acknowledgements This research is partly supported by ''National Natural Science Foundation of China" (No. 71301059) and ''Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities" (No. 0118240099).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ssci.2016.04.008 fatcat:x3alrj2yvfbufjrzhqsojvpyaq

EXPLORING THE ADOPTION OF BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING (BIM) IN THE MALAYSIAN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY: A QUALITATIVE APPROACH

Z. Zahrizan .
2013 International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology  
Thus, clients are gradually enforcing the use of BIM in their projects, resulting in many construction companies investing in BIM technology in order to fulfill clients' needs.  ...  This study also identified that BIM Level in the Malaysian construction industry is between Level 0 and 1.  ...  the management and they have some basic knowledge about BIM. […] Interviewee INTCC2 This is supported by Dewan at al., [31] where resistance culture in the organisation especially that comes from the  ... 
doi:10.15623/ijret.2013.0208060 fatcat:gdmxowpwqjgnzldnh4bfm57d3a
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