By showing users different stages of building information modeling (BIM) development and offering a roadmap to these stages, BIM maturity models have become useful means of BIM diffusion around the world. Nevertheless, existing models fail to recognize and measure BIM maturity in different units of analysis, including individual projects, companies, or the construction industry as a whole. This research aims to develop a multifunctional BIM maturity model. A reiterative approach is adopted to identify domains, subdomains, and their rubrics, which are organized in a hierarchical structure to form the BIM maturity model. This research is of particular value. It joins the theoretical debate on the "stool" of BIM maturity including technology, process, and protocol, instead of treating BIM as a technology only. The model is also of immediate practical use. It can be used to evaluate BIM maturity in individual projects, companies with a portfolio of projects, or the industry as a whole. Moreover, the different units of BIM maturity analysis are innovatively integrated in a single, vivid presentation.
|Number of pages
|Journal of Construction Engineering and Management
|Published - 1 Nov 2016
Bibliographical noteFunding Information:
The paper is supported by HKU Small Project Funding (201409176250)
© 2016 American Society of Civil Engineers.
- Building information modeling (BIM)
- Information technologies
- Maturity model