Various Building Information Modelling (BIM) frameworks and workflows have been developed over the last few years. A BIM framework is a theoretical structure explaining or simplifying complex aspects of the BIM domain by identifying meaningful concepts and their interrelationship. BIM workflows are structured information (e.g. process maps) intended for operational applications of BIM concepts and tools. The majority of BIM frameworks and workflows developed in the past years were either intended to build broad understanding and adoption at industry level or specific for BIM usage in large enterprises. This study will illustrate the development and application of a practice-oriented BIM framework that can be used at project level.
|Title of host publication||Computing in Civil Engineering (2013)|
|Editors||Ioannis Brilakis, SangHyun Lee, Burcin Becerik-Gerber|
|Publisher||American Society of Civil Engineers|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|