Public BIM-based Model Checking Solutions: Lessons Learned From Singapore And Norway
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421 - 436
There is an increasing interest for BIM-based model checking in general. The use of public solutions for building permit approval is often highlighted as an example of practical use of BIM. A global spread of these solutions could therefore have been expected. However, implementations in other countries have been limited. This study analyses the Corenet solution in Singapore and the ByggSøk solution in Norway in respect of identifying experiences that can be useful for other countries that intend to develop their own solutions. Use of the Integrated Design and Delivery (IDDS) framework from CIB helps to explain elements with an impact on implementation of the solution. This type of explanation is often missing when presenting or comparing solutions. The impact of this study is increased understanding of knowledge transfer and awareness of which elements can be re-used from others in national implementations.
model checking, BIM implementation, maturity, knowledge transfer