Building Information Modelling (BIM) proves to be the most urgent trend in construction for the last years. Still the major part of this issue is dedicated only to the first stages of building lifecycle: design and construction. This article goal is to provide a critical overview on recent achievements in BIM application for the different steps of building lifecycle as well as ongoing digitalization of facility management. The paper explores the importance of applying mathematical modelling and multicriteria analysis such as Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) and fuzzy logic in management of built environment and provides recent examples of such applications consequently exploring its potential. Method of analysis in this article is horizontal analysis of publication activity in related research topic. Different levels of digital built environment are considered: from building (BIM) to the whole city (GIS). The result of the research reveal that emergence of scan-to-BIM technology brings benefits not only for the buildings which are designed with BIM models (current situation in the market) but for the buildings which are already built (as-built BIM).

Multicriteria analysis and information modelling in management of built environment

Bolshakov, Nikolai;Celani, Alberto;
2020

Abstract

Building Information Modelling (BIM) proves to be the most urgent trend in construction for the last years. Still the major part of this issue is dedicated only to the first stages of building lifecycle: design and construction. This article goal is to provide a critical overview on recent achievements in BIM application for the different steps of building lifecycle as well as ongoing digitalization of facility management. The paper explores the importance of applying mathematical modelling and multicriteria analysis such as Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) and fuzzy logic in management of built environment and provides recent examples of such applications consequently exploring its potential. Method of analysis in this article is horizontal analysis of publication activity in related research topic. Different levels of digital built environment are considered: from building (BIM) to the whole city (GIS). The result of the research reveal that emergence of scan-to-BIM technology brings benefits not only for the buildings which are designed with BIM models (current situation in the market) but for the buildings which are already built (as-built BIM).
BIM, Management of Built Environment, Technology for Architecture, Architecture, GIS, Multicriteria
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