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Meta-Standard for Collaborative BIM Standards: An Analysis of UK BIM Level 2 Standards

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Mohamed Binesmael
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Haijiang Li
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R. Lark
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Abstract

The nascent journey of the AEC (Architecture, Engineering, and Construction) industry toward a fully collaborative BIM (Building Information Modelling) maturity has resulted in the development of siloed standards. Whilst some countries lead the charge in BIM maturity level adoption, other countries are pressed to develop their own policies to minimise stagnation. This results in the unintended fragmentation of the AEC industry globally, and further enlarging the international collaboration rift within multinational firms. This article analyses key BIM standards and policies adopted in the UK based on a published 3C Meta-Standard framework. The disparity between the standards towards the Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) specification goals are highlighted to recommend adjustments where necessary. A 34% gap was found, particularly in the topic areas of object connectivity and the multiple disciplinary information capture. This study forms one of three key research elements in the pursuit of developing a dynamic and autonomous BIM platform, capable of delivering parameters between stakeholders involved in complex BIM projects.
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hal-02191183 , version 1 (23-07-2019)

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Mohamed Binesmael, Haijiang Li, R. Lark. Meta-Standard for Collaborative BIM Standards: An Analysis of UK BIM Level 2 Standards. 19th Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises (PRO-VE), Sep 2018, Cardiff, United Kingdom. pp.661-668, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-99127-6_57⟩. ⟨hal-02191183⟩
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