Characteristics of green BIM: Process and information management requirements
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- IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, 2013, 409 pp. 596 - 605
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© IFIP International Federation for Information Processing 2013 In this paper, the authors explore the characteristics and requirements of digitally supported ‘green’ building design. Well planned, integrated and interdisciplinary digital design practices play a vital role in the iterative processes of sustainable building design. Unlike traditional ways of working, the management of design information and process integration in green building design involves a wider range and a larger number of consultants utilizing sophisticated environmental modelling and analysis systems. To understand the complexities surrounding information management in this context, the authors focus on issues relating to: 1) information exchange and model management, and 2) multidisciplinary design process coordination. Different aspects of sustainable design modelling methodologies are explored in relation to technology requirements, information exchange, and multidisciplinary collaboration. Finally, the literature is synthesised in a conceptual roadmap framing the key factors identified by the study.
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