Data quality assessment of BIM models for facility management
The thesis discusses the limited implementation of Building Information Modeling (BIM) in the facility operation and maintenance (O&M) phase, despite its potential benefits. The main reasons for this include a lack of expertise among owners and operators to effectively use and update as-built BIM models, as well as a lack of industry standards for ensuring ease of use, interoperability, and maintainability. The research aims to bridge this gap by establishing correspondences between as-built models and O&M requirements, creating a checklist for essential information in BIM models, and developing tools to automate this process. A quality framework combining assurance and control is introduced to ensure the models are suitable for operations. The research also outlines a process flow for quality management during model development and handover. Real construction projects were used to validate the effectiveness of the tools and procedures.
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