International Journal of Information Systems and Project Management
Defining Building Information Modeling implementation activities based on capability maturity evaluation: a theoretical model
Building Information Modeling (BIM) has become a widely accepted tool to overcome the many hurdles that currently face the Architecture, Engineering and Construction industries. However, implementing such a system is always complex and the recent introduction of BIM does not allow organizations to build their experience on acknowledged standards and procedures. Moreover, data on implementation projects is still disseminated and fragmentary. The objective of this study is to develop an assistance model for BIM implementation. Solutions that are proposed will help develop BIM that is better integrated and better used, and take into account the different maturity levels of each organization. Indeed, based on Critical Success Factors, concrete activities that help in implementation are identified and can be undertaken according to the previous maturity evaluation of an organization. The result of this research consists of a structured model linking maturity, success factors and actions, which operates on the following principle: once an organization has assessed its BIM maturity, it can identify various weaknesses and find relevant answers in the success factors and the associated actions.
Morlhon, Romain; Pellerin, Robert; and Bourgault, Mario
"Defining Building Information Modeling implementation activities based on capability maturity evaluation: a theoretical model,"
International Journal of Information Systems and Project Management: Vol. 3:
1, Article 4.
Available at: https://aisel.aisnet.org/ijispm/vol3/iss1/4