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Building Information Modeling in Construction Industry
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The construction industry is one of basic infrastructure industries catering to almost every other sector. Though we are in the IT era, in which online stores are stated to be the alternatives for brick and mortar stores at the roadside corner. But, it needs to be emphasised that even for an online store, we need adequate space to store the items being sold online…
It can therefore be said for sure that the construction industry is one of the key determinants of the economic situation around the world.
In order to keep pace with the developments taking place in other sectors, the construction industry has also come up with a number of advanced techniques for coming with the advanced, energy advanced and environment friendly green buildings. Building information modelling (BIM) is one such technique which has been helping in speedy implementation of construction projects, with ingredients of IT and related fields. Aranda-Mena et al (2009) state that, "The term BIM as such was originally popularised by Jerry Laiserin, referring to the ability to use, reuse and exchange information, of which electronic documents are just a single component".
Hardin (2008) states, "BIM is a revolutionary technology and process that has transformed the way buildings are designed, analyzed, constructed, and managed." In today's information rich society, it therefore becomes quite important that every bit of information is collected, analysed and transformed into useful knowledge base with the help of information modelling system.
Building information modelling allows the user to judge the features and characteristics of a number of models in terms of different parameters, even before actual construction ...
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