Building information modelling (Bim) implementation and remote construction projects: Issues, challenges, and critiques

Yusuf Arayici, Charles Egbu, Paul Coates

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Abstract

The construction industry has been facing a paradigm shift to (i) increase productivity, efficiency, infrastructure value; quality and sustainability (ii) reduce lifecycle costs, lead times and duplications via effective collaboration and communication of stakeholders in construction projects. This paradigm shift is becoming more critical with remote construction projects, which reveals unique and even more complicated challenging problems in relation to communication and management due to the remoteness of the construction sites. On the other hand, Building Informational Modelling (BIM) is offered by some as the panacea to addressing the interdisciplinary inefficiencies in construction projects. Although in many cases the adoption of BIM has numerous potential benefits, it also raises interesting challenges with regards to how BIM integrates the business processes of individual practices. © 2012 The authors.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)75-92
Number of pages18
JournalElectronic Journal of Information Technology in Construction
Volume17
Publication statusPublished - May 2012

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