Advantages of building information modeling (bim) during the operational life
Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology is rapidly gaining traction in facility management and operations. This software aids in the effective management and exchange of building data, offering valuable benefits throughout construction stages, from planning to maintenance. This study delves into the factors affecting the operational performance of a BIM model and its paramount benefits during the digital design phase. Emphasis is placed on the merits of BIM during the operational phase, primarily using Autodesk Revit software. The research includes an analysis of engineering systems, particularly digital modeling of HVAC, water supply, and electrical systems. Drawing from BIM implementation experiences in Ukraine, the study reviewed significant contributions to digital model designs, examining BIM models across various infrastructure projects. A unique aspect of this research is the development of a digital BIM model using Autodesk Revit 2016, which uses advanced tools to spotlight the benefits of modeling throughout the design process.
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