Simply bringing a group of people together does not necessarily ensure that they will function effectively as a team. Lack of organization, misunderstanding, poor communication and inadequate participation can all lead to problems and difficulties which ultimately brings poor value to the client. In the ‘BIM Contracts and Legal Issues‘ we saw some of the legal issues that can arise when BIM is not mitigated well. What then is the best way to bring different participants in the project together and use BIM effectively? Here, we explore different project delivery methods/procurement strategies and what do they mean for a BIM project.
|Project Delivery Methods and BIM|
|Measuring the Impact of BIM
|This case-study presentation will discuss and analyse the impact of BIM as applied in design-bid-build of a rural, public, higher education facility.|
|Design/Build and BIM Meet||Jeff Gavin explores in his article how design-build and BIM together are bringing together all who has a stake in the project’s success in the same bucket.|
|IPD and BIM: A new dimension to collaboration||Lindsay Stirton explores in this article, the option of using BIM under an Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) contracting model.|
|Collaborative Project Delivery||Collaborative project delivery methods such as design-build, integrated project delivery (IPD), and public-private partnerships (PPP) are gaining ground on traditional approaches. Learn more about these approaches with Autodesk.|
|How to setup a project organization structure to enhance collaboration for a BIM-enabled construction project commissioned by the private sector?||A research paper by Bansri Pandey, explores the impact on BIM by employing different project delivery methods.|
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