BIM: FM for Healthcare: Lost in Transition

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Abstract

The context of delivery for in-house facilities management (FM) is one of insufficient resources, namely financial, people and time, to develop strategic solutions that improve FM service delivery models; whilst managing a complex data landscape of hybrid digital and analogue data. Digitalisation of the FM model with automated data capture, productive workflows and integrated data systems is a viable alternative to current FM delivery models. A systematic literature review and comparative thematic analysis of BIM implementation for facility management was used to identify progress, stagnation and new research directions. The results indicate a research gap where delivery of a methodology for BIM: FM implementation based on building typologies i.e. education, public, healthcare etc. is required to evolve the BIM paradigm and engage with BIM for FM. Currently, BIM for FM implementation relies on individual organisations to move the model forward without support for a complex data information modelling solution.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 18 Sep 2019
Event36th CIB W78 2019 Conference: ICT in Design, Construction and Management in Architecture, Engineering, Construction and Operations (AECO) - Northumbria University at Newcastle, Newcastle, UK United Kingdom
Duration: 18 Sep 201920 Sep 2019
http://cibw78.northumbria-eee.co.uk/

Conference

Conference36th CIB W78 2019 Conference: ICT in Design, Construction and Management in Architecture, Engineering, Construction and Operations (AECO)
Abbreviated title36th CIB W78 2019 Conference
CountryUK United Kingdom
CityNewcastle
Period18/09/1920/09/19
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Keywords

  • Building Information management
  • Facility management
  • Healthcare
  • Digitalisation
  • Building information modelling

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Building and Construction
  • Architecture

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