Construction industry generally consist of multitude of various stakeholders which generally perform project work from various location(Sawhney and Maheswari, 2013). The involvement of various kinds of stakeholders is considered to be common factor in construction industry in comparison to many other industries. The limitation and complexity which can be seen from this particular fragmentation which can be solved by help of proper designing. Changing from 2D design of process the industry has now used BIM which stands for building information models which provide an information to visualize the facilities from stage of feasibility of project which generally enables excellent transfer of informationamong the stakeholders of a project. Implementation of BIM (Building Information Model) on cloud platform can help in design coordination focusing on class detection (Parthasarathy, 2013). BIM can be defined as the improvisation when compared to be design which are paper based process which has no design mechanism which is used for capturing the various aspects of the project. It is considered to be vital factor which generally emerges from change result of propagation during solving of various issues.
Few researchers have looked into the use of requirement of building by making use of object parameters which can easily store all the information related to design of information. A framework based on concepts makes use of industry foundation classes (IFC) which provides a platform where data can be easily retrieved at any interval of time and for that Cloud based BIM model is used (Hussain & Clear, 2014). It can be easily assumed that this generic framework can be proved to be beneficial for the coming or future industry for proper managing and coordination of problems in a more efficient way. The limitation of this BIM (Building Information Model) has been discussed in brief in the coming pages of report.
Architecture, Engineering and construction sector can be considered to be data intensive, project based industry which generally consist of various profession and organization. Various projects carried out in this sector generally consist of variety of system(Sawhney and Maheswari, 2013). Industry strong sharing of data and processing of requirements which merely focus on the fact that management of building data is considered to be challengingand bitcomplex. Data set within a particular project can be stored in designer project, independently managed single own services. From this reference an idea about BIM (Building information model) has been provided. Various organization in the construction industry have make use of google drive and drop box which provides communication between two individuals which merely focus on the protection and security of various things. A building information modelling (BIM) can help in getting a proper information about a building (Alhawari et al., 2012). Cloud computing method can be considered to be best for representation of BIM data. Due to complex based nature of the project of AEC industry which mainly ensures that data is stored in cloud system merely needs to be managed on a regular basis. BIM model generally allows a building to model across in the entire lifecycle which ranges from concept designing in construction which is followed by operation and lastly decommissioning.
From the second reference it can be easily concluded that construction industry generally consists of stakeholders which can perform project related work from various location. This merely needs the involvement of various stakeholders which is a well-known activity in construction industry when it is compared in other industries (Beach, 2013). The limitation of design generally arises from the issue and can be easily managed by having proper analysis on design. A proper idea has been provided regarding BIM (Building Information Model) which mainly increases the visualization of from stage of project which mainly improves the efficiency of information transfer among the stakeholders of a project. Implementation of BIM on cloud platform or clouding computing generally tends to improve the design coordination especially the detection of class. BIM can be defined as a cloud platform which merely focus on paper design model in which direct mechanism exists in the history of changes occurring in designing(Baldine et al., 2012). Use of building design model merely focus on parameters of object which can store the changes related to design information. A framework which is generally based on industry foundation generally allows retrieved at any interval of time. The utility of this framework has been discussed in details. Design phase of construction projects generally needs information exchange to be done in various domains and areas throughout the process of design. The strength and weakness of two model has been discussed in the coming pages of the report.
From the above two reference an idea on BIM (Business Information Modelling) has been provided. It is merely used for proper management of function. BIM is nothing but a data based digital representation of function and various physical properties of a building (Diaz-Montes et al., 2013). This model can be defined as the association of various stakeholders which mainly works on the different phase of building life cycle design which is used for exploration, insertion, extraction and modification of BIM dependent database which mainly provides support reflection and roles of various stakeholders.
From the above two reference it can be concluded that BIM (Business information Modelling) have some issue like this model needssome improvements can be done by having discussion regarding the design expert of various projects which are related to construction(Gonzalez, 2013). A center for wellness of campus mainly address on the development of Architecture and structural engineering which are generally related to local model.
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