Application of combined BIM adn 3D point cloud on building deconstruction

Publisher:
National R&D Institute URBAN-INCERC, INCERC Bucharest Branch, General Association of Engineers in Romania, AGIR
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Citation:
Constructii : Journal of Civil Engineering Research, 2017, 1 (4), pp. 1 - 3
Issue Date:
2017-08-23
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While building information modelling (BIM) has been extensively applied to the design and construction stages, there has been only limited use of BIM for demolition or reconstruction phase in minimizing and managing demolition waste. This paper proposes the use of combined BIM and 3D point cloud technology for collecting and documenting of building material information and formulating strategies of deconstruction waste management. The purpose is to develop a methodology for improving accuracy of building material information, including information of reusability and recyclability; and reduce the cost of energy and environmental impacts. A building deconstruction project in Sydney was adopted in this paper and found an estimated total of AUD$1.5 million landfill levy can be saved based on the proposed methodology.
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