MT - Using BIM as a PM Tool: 4.3. – Secondary Data Summary

An exhaustive research was done to find the 35 case studies that served us as a basis to analyze the influence of BIM in real life construction projects.

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MT - Using BIM as a PM Tool: 4.2.9 – Software Issues

As mentioned previously, the Procurement KPI on table 3.1 was replaced by the Software Issues KPI

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MT - Using BIM as a PM Tool: 4.2.8 – BIM influence on Organization

Several case studies were collected from existing literature to analyze in which areas the application of BIM had improved aspects of the projects studied.
The organization improvement KPI is the only one that showed equal number of positive and negative mentions,
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MT - Using BIM as a PM Tool: 4.2.7 – BIM influence on Scope

The use of BIM helped clarify project Scope to some or all stakeholders involved in at least 3 of the case studies.

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MT - Using BIM as a PM Tool: 4.2.6 – BIM influence on Risk

The amount of positive mentions of the implementation of BIM on negative risk reduction or control reached 8, with 17.14% of the projects having more positive mentions than negative ones (Table 4.2).
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MT - Using BIM as a PM Tool: 4.2.5 – BIM influence on Quality

Table 4.2 shows Quality as another KPI were only positive effects were perceived.
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What do people care (search) about?

Did you ever wonder what people care about? Google let's you have a peak.
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MT - Using BIM as a PM Tool: 4.2.4 – BIM influence on Coordination

Coordination (or Integration) Improvement was mentioned 14 times. 12 of the projects had more positive than negative mentions on Coordination due to the implementation of BIM.
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