Comparative study of application of BIM and traditional method for scheduling
dipesh khandelwal, Harish Kumar Dwivedi
Construction industry is considered to be one of the most static industry with few little changes from the early 1900’s to 2019. Building Information Modelling (BIM) is an emerging technology which is just not a fad, it’s a long term going technology which aids in delivering the projects on time. From first 2D-drafting software sketchpad in 1957 to till date 7-D software such as Revit , Naviswork , Soibri etc. Costing and scheduling are tedious work in any Project Management Consultancy as it involves manually referring to 2-D CAD drawing and then preparing spreadsheets in order to take out quantity which takes a huge amount of time and resources. However with the emergence of BIM these tedious repetitive process has come to halt. BIM not only provide data rich models to collaborate but also aids in monitoring the work as in real time. In the current study a case of a residential building has been taken in Indore and a comparison has been done to see how much does it cost to get a schedule of quantity using conventional method and using BIM model with respect to the time duration in which the scheduling has been done. This will give us the a clear picture of modern day technology verses traditional way of performing jobs
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Unique Paper ID: 152535

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 3

Page(s): 814 - 818
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