Using BIM for Sustainable Design and Construction Management
Hamidi, Jalal (2019)
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In recent years, there has been a growing trend in the construction industry, which has had a profound impact on the use of more detailed data on construction design. The use of these detailed data is required in the design of construction details before the overall design process. Building information modelling has emerged as a building design process to meet this need. This research discussed the use of BIM for Sustainable Design and Construction Management which combines both Building Information Modelling and concepts on Sustainable Design and Construction Management process in order to increase the advantages. To achieve this purpose, a questionnaire was designed based on the PMBOOK standard, which has 6 sections, these sections are completed by 44 experts. Risks in this questionnaire were as threats that increases the time and cost of the project. The main criteria are as follows: technical and technological, easier access to information and required materials, construction, economic and financial, administrative and organizational, socio-cultural. The result showed that the lack of structure and performance of the project team, along with the definition of BIM and its output measurements is the most influential factor that needs to be addressed.