Editors: Peng Wu, Haijiang Li, Xiangyu Wang

Integrated Building Information Modelling

Personal Book: US $79 Special Offer (PDF + Printed Copy): US $158
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Library Book: US $316
ISBN: 978-1-68108-458-9
eISBN: 978-1-68108-457-2 (Online)
Year of Publication: 2017
DOI: 10.2174/97816810845721170101

Introduction

Building information modelling (BIM) is a set of interacting policies, processes and technologies that generates a methodology to manage the essential building design and project data in digital format throughout the building's life cycle. BIM, makes explicit, the interdependency that exists between structure, architectural layout and mechanical, electrical and hydraulic services by technologically coupling project organizations together.

Integrated Building Information Modelling is a handbook on BIM courses, standards and methods used in different regions (Including UK, Africa and Australia). 13 chapters outline essential information about integrated BIM practices such as the BIM in site layout plan, BIM in construction product management, building life cycle assessment, quantity surveying and BIM in hazardous gas monitoring projects while also presenting information about useful BIM tool and case studies. The book is a useful handbook for engineering management professionals and trainees involved in BIM practice.

Contributors

Editor(s):
Peng Wu
Department of Construction Management
Curtin University
Australia


Haijiang Li
School of Engineering
Cardiff University
UK


Xiangyu Wang
Australasian Joint Research Centre for Building Information Modelling
Curtin University
Australia
/
Department of Housing and Interior Design
Kyung Hee University
Korea




Contributor(s):
Ritu Ahuja
Amity University
India


Ali Akbarnezhad
University of New South Wales
Australia


C.B. Amarnath
National Taiwan University
Taiwan


Graham Brewer
University of Newcastle
Australia


Weng-Fong Cheung
National Taipei University of Technology
Taiwan


Sanwara Gunasekera
Ulster University
UK


Ahmed Hammad
University of New South Wales
Australia


Shang-Hsien Hsieh
National Taiwan University
Taiwan


Hsin-Tzu Hu
National Taipei University of Technology
Taiwan


Chun-Kai Huang
National Taipei University of Technology
Taiwan


Ikediashi Dubem Isaac
University of Uyo
Nigeria


Marcus Jefferies
University of Newcastle
Australia


Ki Kim
University of South Australia
Australia


Imge Kivircik
Istanbul Technical University
Turkey


Dzifa Kwadzo
Maitland QS
UK


Cheng-Ping Lin
National Taipei University of Technology
Taiwan


Yu-Cheng Lin
National Taipei University of Technology
Taiwan


Aaron Manderson
University of Newcastle
Australia


Raja Nizam
Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
China


Amaka Chinweude Ogwueleka
University of Pretoria
South Africa


Kenneth Sungho Park
Massey University
New Zealand


David Rey
University of New South Wales
Australia


Enoch Sackey
Maitland QS
UK


Anil Sawhney
Amity University
India


Begum Sertyesilisik
Istanbul Technical University
Turkey


Wenchi Shou
Curtin University
Australia


Manav Mahan Singh
Amity University
India


Niraj Thurairajah
Ulster University
UK


Yuan-Hao Tsai
National Taiwan University
Taiwan


Jun Wang
Curtin University
Australia


Xiangyu Wang
Curtin University
Australia


Abimbola O. Windapo
University of Cape Town
South Africa


Peng Wu
Curtin University
Australia


Cheng Zhang
Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
China




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