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Type: Artigo
Title: BIM implementation: a bibliographic study of the benefits and costs involved
Author: Haraguchi, Livia
Fontanini, Patricia Stella Pucharelli
Jacintho, Ana Elisabete Paganelli Guimarães de Ávila
Pimentel, Lia Lorena
Abstract: The construction sector has always been constantly changing, becoming increasingly aggressive, requiring new strategies to adapt to international and national scenarios. In the development of a project, there are many constraints, which often end up in problems such as waste materials, generating waste affecting the environment and also resulting in high costs of the work that could be avoided. Then came the concept of BIM (building information modeling) defined by a digital model consists of a database, allowing the development of projects with various professionals working in an integrated manner, being able to support all aspects of the life cycle of the project. Therefore, from the research information on the implementation of BIM methodology, it was possible to propose new ways of thinking and designing buildings, contributing to the completion of research in the management of projects and sustainability areas relevant to the development of engineering
Subject: Modelagem de informação da construção
Construção civil
Country: Estados Unidos
Editor: David Publishing
Rights: Aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.17265/1934-7359/2016.07.002
Date Issue: 2016
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