Journal article

Conceptualizing and operationalizing team task interdependences: BIM implementation assessment using effort distribution analytics

Ajibade A Aibinu, Eleni Papadonikolaki

Construction Management and Economics | Taylor & Francis (Routledge) | Published : 2019

Abstract

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a technological innovation currently at the forefront of digital transformation in the built environment. To achieve satisfactory outcomes with BIM, adopters need to find the most appropriate implementation strategy that is economically efficient. The research discussed here explores why and how distribution of effort spent on various tasks over project life cycle can be used as a metric for assessing and improving the performance of BIM implementation. Using quantitative data collected from a single in-depth case study of a BIM-enabled design and build project and subsequent interviews with three project actors and 11 BIM experts, to validate and tria..

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