Developing BIM-enabled Work Packaging with Field Sensing for Information Flow Improvement in Complex Projects
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This research aims to develop an innovative data environment to improve the information flow in complex projects. The data environment leverages the smart sensing technology and BIM to collect site information, and then harnesses information from site and stakeholders through a BIM-enabled work packaging approach to strengthen the linkages among project information. To apply the applications throughout the project lifecycle, an integrated framework of common data environment is established to accommodate all sources of data.
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