Building Information Modeling (BIM) Is One Of The Most Impressive Recent Developments For Systemic Improvement In The Building Industry: BIM Adoption In Developing Nations Case Study, TUD, Ireland
|University||Technological University Dublin (TUD)|
|Subject||BIM Adoption in Developing Nations|
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is one of the most impressive recent developments for systemic improvement in the building industry. Higher efficiency, improved quality, and more prospects for new enterprises are just a few of the many advantages of adopting BIM.
BIM adoption increases performance in architectural small and medium-sized businesses, according to numerous studies. However, a lot of researchers point out the striking disparity in BIM acceptance rates between many nations: 71% in the USA, and 6I% in Australia.
62% in the UK, and 36% in Europe. and 25% in the Middle East meanwhile. BIM is used by 10% to 18% of Indian enterprises. In developing nations, there are ongoing problems with project overruns and delay in cost. Design flaws are a major cause of delays and have a significant negative time and expense impact. which is one issue that BIM addresses and may help the situation in developing countries.
In developing nations. there are ongoing problems with project overruns and delay in cost (Sahli. 2016). Design flaws are a major cause of delays and have a significant negative time and expense impact, which is one issue that BIM addresses and may help the situation in developing countries.
This paper explores the variables that affect BIM adoption in India, which is one of the emerging countries with the fastest economic development rate. India’s construction industry is expected to replace China as the world’s third-largest construction market, employing the second-largest number of workers and contributing to the country’s GDP.
However, the construction industry today confronts a number of challenges. including poor production, insufficient technology, and a shortage of highly skilled competent architects. engineers. and project managers India’s building sector, like that of many other emerging countries, absorbs technology slowly.
According to the Planning Commission (2013), it is critical to enhance the use of ICT and ICT-based solutions, therefore study and encouraging the use of BIM in the Indian construction industry are critical. The introduction of BIM is gradual at the organizational level.
The first is interdisciplinary object-based modeling. The second is model-based interaction. The third is a system-based collaboration. The United States. Singapore. Australia and the United Kingdom have adopted this stage to define BIM levels 0, 1, 2, and 3 to grasp and facilitate broader BIM adoption. Acceding to McGraw Hill Construction,
the design sector was one of the first to adopt BIM, and architectural firms frequently take the lead in this area. Studies suggest that the design group frequently promotes the utilization of BIM in works across other businesses.
In terms of emerging market BIM adoption patterns and maturity levels, there is a dearth of information determining and comparing the presence of the right BIM acceptance motivations and obstacles in adopting and non-adopting enterprises within the Indian scenario is the aim of the study.
In addition to this, the adoption behaviors and other pertinent facts are compared between growing and mature markets in this study, leading to suggestions for greater adoption in emerging markets.