Title Analyzing the influence of building information modeling (BIM) on construction project management areas of knowledge: Using a hybrid FANP-FVIKOR approach
Authors RezaHoseini A. , 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-s2.0-85063221886
Abstract In order to manage a project with integrity, a cohesive communication is needed between its various sections; possible risks, identification of stakeholders, providing the necessary resources on time and managing their availability, focusing on the approved budget and satisfactory quality the project can be successfully done. In the recent year BIM has as new aspects to engineering and architecture, and has become an accepted platform for planning and executing construction projects and contributed to integration of various fields and. also, project management standards, such as PMBOK, have come to aid construction managers. Through the basic capacities of BIM, and questionnaires according to aspects of PMBOK, the present study tries to identify the superior effects of BIM on project management. Moreover, it seeks to recognize the most significant aspects of BIM application on project management. by employing the FANP-AVIKOR decision making method to prioritize the parameters of the collected results, the study\'s conclusion will indicate that almost all of PMBOK aspects equally benefit from using BIM; in addition, it will show that 3D BIM capacities, including clash detection, plan correction, are superior in comparison with 6D BIM and 7D BIM capacities. © 2018 International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Production Research. All Rights Reserved.
Keywords Analytic hierarchy process (ANP); Building information modeling (BIM); PMBOK areas of knowledge; Triangular fuzzy number; VIKOR
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