Research on Green Building Materials Management System Based on BIM
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Gankidi Sucharitha Reddy
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Green building materials, with advantages in health, environmental protection, and safety, have been widely used in building structures. However, it is necessary to increase the management level and efficiency of green building materials, because construction projects are usually complicated and last for a long time, as well as there are too many interested parties in supply chains. Based on Building Information Modeling (BIM), this paper studies the green building materials management and supply chain system, and builds a green building material management evaluation method. It can be found that BIM can deliver supply chain information safely, accurately and fast, reducing the loss of information and management costs. The five-level stepwise evaluation index of green building materials follows the characteristics of purposiveness, operability, simplicity and continuity. This paper provides a theoretical basis for the application of BIM in the green building materials management system. 1. Introduction The low efficiency and high-energy consumption caused by extensive production methods have been the main problems of construction industry sustainable development (Najjar et al., 2017; Ilhan and Yaman, 2016). According to the data, building energy consumption accounts for more than 32% of the total energy consumption of the society. Considering the energy consumption of building materials in the production process, this proportion will exceed 50% (Jrade and Jalaei, 2013). Green building materials reveal a harmonious concept of environment, human and resources, protect the environment, and reduce resource waste without any adverse effects on human life (Ham and Golparvar-Fard, 2015; Lee et al., 2015). Building a resource-conserving and environment-friendly society is closely related to the rational use of green building materials. Compared with traditional construction materials, green building materials are safer and more environmental friendly, without pollution. Green building materials are also more economical and practical than traditional ones (Saldana-Marquez et al., 2018). In recent years, Building Information Modeling (BIM) is regarded as the core technology to promote construction technology and manageme
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Unique Paper ID: 153236

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 6

Page(s): 262 - 265
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