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|Title:||Utilização do BIM na gestão de projectos de construção|
|Other titles:||Using BIM in construction projects management|
|Author(s):||Silva, Francisco Reis da|
Couto, J. Pedro
Pimenta, Luís M. S.
Salgado, Pedro M. L.
Architectural Engineering and Construction Industry (Industry AEC)
Quantity take-off (QTO)
|Publisher:||Science and Education Research Council (COPEC)|
|Citation:||Reis F., Couto J. P., Pimenta L., Salgado P. Using bim in construction projects management , SHEWC`2015 – XV SAFETY, HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT WORLD CONGRESS – Keeping Planet “Water Earth” Safe and Sound: a challenge to Science and Technology, pp. 157-161, doi:10.14684/SHEWC.15.2015.157-161, 2015|
|Abstract(s):||The progressive technological advancement of tools, materials and construction techniques also caused the increase of the specialties that make up a building and hence its complexity, as result of the constant search for innovation, comfort and convenience for users. BIM is a response to the need to harmonize and coordinate the various tasks and specialties involved in a project, allowing to identify and correct interferences between the various projects on time without putting into question the deadlines, avoiding rework and extraordinary expenses with demolitions, repairs and corrections of errors derived from errors or omissions in designs and even erroneous readings of the projects, since it allows to check and interpret in real time in a 3D model, as will be the building and giving full freedom and information for reading the project, allowing even to plan and control the “Time” and “Cost” variables more effectively and of organized manner.|
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|Appears in Collections:||C-TAC - Comunicações a Conferências Internacionais|
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