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A review of the risks associated with building information modelling adoption
conference contributionposted on 2017-12-06, 00:00 authored by Xianbo ZhaoXianbo Zhao, Josua PienaarJosua Pienaar, Natee SinghaputtangkulNatee Singhaputtangkul
Building information modelling (BIM) has been seen as one of the most promising recent developments in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry. Although BIM can bring about a number of benefits to users, it also inevitably involves diverse risks. This study attempts to provide a critical review of the risks associated with BIM adoption in the AEC industry. Content analysis was applied in the literature review, and a total of 16 risks were identified from 20 analyzed literatures. “Unclear ownership of the BIM data”, “uncertainty over design liability”, “technological interface among programs” and “professional licensing issues” were mentioned most frequently in these literatures. This study can set a foundation for future research that would assess these risks and develop a networking of risk paths associated with BIM adoption.
Parent TitleProceedings of The 40th Australasian Universities Building Education Association Conference, 6-8 July 2016, Cairns, Australia.
Number of Pages14
PublisherCentral Queensland University
Place of PublicationNorth Rockhampton, Qld.
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