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Jung, Y. (2015). “Variations of BIM Deployment within Integrated Const…

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Jung, Y. (2015). “Variations of BIM Deployment within Integrated Construction Project Management Information Systems (PMIS)”, Building Information Modelling: Applications and Practices, ASCE, Reston, Virginia, USA, pp. 167-193. (단행본 Chapter, ISBN 978-0-7844-1398-2, doi:10.1061/9780784413982.ch07​)
 
요약;
   Advances in information and communication technology (ICT) have rigorously improved productivity in all industry sectors, and the role of information systems has changed further to support organizational strategies. Thus, utilizing information systems (IS) in the construction industry has been an issue of great concern in order to achieve competitive advantages of an organization and also to enhance the effectiveness of construction projects throughout their life cycle and across different construction business functions. 
   Nevertheless, despite recent outstanding advancement in building information modeling (BIM) technology, practical BIM implementation has not been widely proven to be economically feasible. It is noteworthy that economic feasibility can encompass quantified intangible benefits from BIM. Therefore, an assessment of BIM deployment from a holistic perspective is required in order to appraise the strategic and managerial advantages in a project or in an organization.
   Several studies have asserted strategic benefits of BIM adoption focusing on specific application areas (e.g. scheduling or estimating) or addressing limited technologies (e.g. visualization or ontology). However, real-world implementation of information systems truly comprehends complex issues such as corporate strategy, management effectiveness, internal policy and culture, and also technical capability together at the same time. In order to explore these complex issues for effective BIM implementation; this study examines five different real-world cases of BIM implementations. 
   The five case studies from United States, Japan, and South Korea will be analyzed within two major BIM frameworks developed by the author. Project delivery methods, construction business functions, types of integration methods, and level of automation for BIM usage are the most important variables for comparing and analyzing the five cases in terms of BIM benefits. This study describes the different approaches and different benefits that BIM has to offer for practical applications.