BIM and PLM: Comparing and learning from changes to professional practice across sectors

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Conference Proceeding
Citation:
Product Lifecycle Management for a Global Market, 2014, pp. 41 - 51
Issue Date:
2014
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This paper presents an analysis of PLM and BIM in relation to effects on professional practice. It draws on the experiences of both communities of practice to explain shifts in professional boundaries. A review of the literature explores the nature of changes triggered by PLM and BIM relative to new activities, roles and responsibilities, knowledge competencies, and relationships. The paper synthesises these changes and reflects PLM and BIM experiences against each other so as to discuss the continuing evolution of professional practice and identify lessons.
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