BIM-Based Quality Control for Safety Issues in the Design and Construction Phases
journal article
Today’s buildings are getting larger and more complex. As a result, the traditional method of manually checking the design of a building is no longer efficient since such a process is time-consuming and laborious. It is becoming increasingly important to establish and automate processes for checking the quality of buildings. By automatically checking whether buildings satisfy requirements, Building Information Modeling (BIM) allows for rapid decision-making and evaluation. In this context, the work presented here focuses on resolving building safety issues via a proposed BIM-based quality checking process. Through the use case studies, the efficiency and usability of the devised strategy is evaluated. This research can be beneficial in promoting the efficient use of BIM-based communication and collaboration among the project party concerned for improving safety management. In addition, the work presented here has the potential to expand research efforts in BIM-based quality checking processes.

Keywords: openBIM, COBie, Evacuation, Safety, BIM-based Quality Checking, Automated Checking Module
Park, Seunghwa and Inhan Kim. "BIM-Based Quality Control for Safety Issues in the Design and Construction Phases." Archnet-IJAR: International Journal of Architectural Research, vol. 9, issue 3 (2015): 111-129.
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Seunghwa Park and Inhan Kim, licensed under CC-BY-NC-ND