The purpose of this study is to establish what is known regarding BIM implementation in organisational settings. It aims to highlight and explain factors that might affect BIM implementation processes in ACE organisations. Therefore, it also investigates BIM training as a part of that process. The study identifies opportunities for further studies. It reviews existing data on the topic using the systematic literature review method. It utilises 'CIMO logic' to identify studies and analyse the data. This study has a focus on the research published in the last ten years and it includes only peer-reviewed papers and reliable conference material. The literature provides various advice on how can BIM be integrated within Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) organisations. This study investigates solutions with an emphasis on social dimensions, provides a comparison between top-down and bottom-up perspective and investigates solutions to some of the challenges affecting implementation, in particular, communication, motivation and collaboration.] Introduction The literature regarding implementation of Building Information Modelling (BIM) in organisational settings is an important area of present discussions for both academia and people in organisations, those who are willing to implement or develop their BIM working practices. Providing a strict, systematic overview of existing literature suggestions would therefore be beneficial and will be the main aim of this study. There are, in the existing literature: investigated case studies, industry surveys, literature on challenges, opportunities with BIM and some advice on BIM implementation tactics. However, a systematic review is needed to gather practical advice and understand critical factors, main suggestions and relations between them. The process of BIM adoption on its own suggests that it is important to establish what needs to be learned in order to control and measure the BIM implementation process and understand how to integrate BIM to improve organisational performance (Succar and Kassem, 2015, Succar et al., 2013).
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of 1st International UK BIM Academic Forum Conference|
|Publisher||BIM Academic Forum|
|Number of pages||10|
|Publication status||Published - 13 Sep 2016|
|Event||International UK BIM Academic Forum Conference - Glasgow, United Kingdom|
Duration: 13 Sep 2016 → 15 Sep 2016
Conference number: 1
|Conference||International UK BIM Academic Forum Conference|
|Period||13/09/16 → 15/09/16|
Milivojevic, N., & Ahmed, A. (2016). Identifying and evaluating Building Information Modelling implementation strategies: a systematic literature review. In Proceedings of 1st International UK BIM Academic Forum Conference (pp. 368-377).  BIM Academic Forum.