Title Analysis of the influence of building information modeling (BIM) on construction project management areas of knowledge: A hybrid FANP-FVIKOR approach
Authors Hoseini A.R. , Ghannadpour S.F. , Noori S. , YAZDANI, MORTEZA
External publication No
Means Intl. J. Indust. Eng. Prod. Res.
Scope Article
Nature Científica
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Publication date 01/01/2019
Scopus Id 2-s2.0-85115609154
DOI 10.22068/IJIEPR.30.1.57
Abstract In order to manage a project with integrity, a cohesive communication between its various sections is required. Basic tools, including analysis of risk and stockholders, provision of necessary resources on time and managing their availability, focusing on the approved budget, and satisfactory quality of projects, are required to successfully implement projects based on project management standards such as PMBOK. In recent years, Building Information Modeling (BIM) as a novel method has presented new aspects of engineering and architecture and has become a widely accepted platform for planning and executing construction projects. This paper as a wide field study attempts to analyze the impact of this modeling method on the success of construction project implementation in terms of various aspects of PMBOK. Moreover, it seeks to identify and recognize the most significant aspects of BIM application in project management and in terms of each area of knowledge proposed by PMBOK. A hybrid Fuzzy ANP-VIKOR is also designed due to its inherent excellence to take into account the multiplicity of criteria, the relations between criteria and the difficulty of measurement, huge number of qualitative criteria, and mental judgments. Based on the results, all of PMBOK aspects equally benefit from the BIM application. In addition, it is shown that 3D BIM capacities, including clash detection and plan correction, are superior to 6D BIM and 7D BIM capacities. © 2019 IUST Publication, IJIEPR. Vol. 30, No. 1, All Rights Reserved
Keywords Analytic hierarchy process (ANP); Building information modeling (BIM); PMBOK areas of knowledge; Triangular fuzzy number; VIKOR
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