The emergence of BIM promises a greater opportunities for the construction industry in Malaysia. A decade ago, BIM was just buzzword. Since then, BIM has increasingly been embraced by many local players. Seeing the benefits, the Public Work Department (PWD) has institutionalised the BIM process since 2007. The efforts that have been made are obviously in line with the aims and objectives that were envisioned for Malaysia through the Economic Transformation Programme (ETP), the Eleventh Malaysia Plan (RMK11) and the Construction Industry Transformation Programme (CITP).
BIM Guide 4: Execution is a continuation from the earlier published 3 part BIM Guide books – BIM Guide 1 (Awareness); BIM Guide 2 (Readiness); and BIM Guide 3 (Adoption). This book contains specific guidelines for BIM implementation which are required to enhance the direction of BIM adoption at the National level. It also provides a direction and framework to initiate BIM processes in their respective organisations. The BIM Guide serves as a resource for policymakers, industry players, academicians and researchers in order to move towards more effective BIM implementation in Malaysia. This BIM Execution Plan serves as a guideline and reference for the construction players to implement and execute BIM in their project. This initiative is part of the strategy to assist the industry players to move from BIM Level 1 to Level 2 in 2020.
This BIM Guide is divided into three parts:
– Part 1: Introduction to BIM Execution Plan
– Part 2: A case study on BIM implementation Public Work Department (PWD) and SIME Darby Property Sdn. Bhd.
– Part 3: Sample of BIM Execution Plan
This BIM Guide will be updated periodically based on industrys needs.
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