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BIM guidance to optimise the operational phase: defining information requirements based on ISO 19650

BIM guidance to optimise the operational phase: defining information requirements based on ISO 19650 This paper aims to describe the development of guidance to help clients and operational teams to clearly define information requirements for projects using building information modelling (BIM). ISO 19650 standards highlight this as a critical first step to ensure adequate information is available to optimise built assets over their whole life cycle.Design/methodology/approachA document analysis of existing BIM guidance supported by literature was undertaken to answer the research questions: “What guidance already exists specific to clients? and Would additional guidance help clients to better fulfil their role as the ‘appointing party’ in line with ISO 19650?”FindingsA research gap was established highlighting a lack of guidance specifically aimed to help clients formulate information requirements as the appointing party. This research makes recommendations for an approach to define the requirements and support successful outcomes for BIM projects.Practical implicationsThis paper provides a standardised approach and a starting point for an appointing party to gather and structure information requirements in line with ISO 19650.Originality/valueThis paper considers BIM information requirements specifically from an operations perspective with a focus on the client and facility management team. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Facilities Emerald Publishing

BIM guidance to optimise the operational phase: defining information requirements based on ISO 19650

Facilities , Volume 41 (5/6): 20 – Apr 11, 2023

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Emerald Publishing
Copyright
© Emerald Publishing Limited
ISSN
0263-2772
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0263-2772
DOI
10.1108/f-08-2021-0074
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Abstract

This paper aims to describe the development of guidance to help clients and operational teams to clearly define information requirements for projects using building information modelling (BIM). ISO 19650 standards highlight this as a critical first step to ensure adequate information is available to optimise built assets over their whole life cycle.Design/methodology/approachA document analysis of existing BIM guidance supported by literature was undertaken to answer the research questions: “What guidance already exists specific to clients? and Would additional guidance help clients to better fulfil their role as the ‘appointing party’ in line with ISO 19650?”FindingsA research gap was established highlighting a lack of guidance specifically aimed to help clients formulate information requirements as the appointing party. This research makes recommendations for an approach to define the requirements and support successful outcomes for BIM projects.Practical implicationsThis paper provides a standardised approach and a starting point for an appointing party to gather and structure information requirements in line with ISO 19650.Originality/valueThis paper considers BIM information requirements specifically from an operations perspective with a focus on the client and facility management team.

Journal

FacilitiesEmerald Publishing

Published: Apr 11, 2023

Keywords: Facility management; Building information modelling; Information requirements; Appointing party; ISO 19650; Operational team

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