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Möjligheter och hinder för leveranser av digitala anläggningsmodeller

Nilsson, Henrik LU and Mårtensson, Oscar (2009) In TVBP VBE820 20082
Construction Management
Civil Engineering (M.Sc.Eng.)
Abstract
Development within the construction industry has traditionally been slow. However, during recent years construction companies have felt a greater pressure to become more efficient and to lower building-costs. One step in the development has been the adjustment towards the usage of model-based design. By constructing the final product as a computer model, construction companies hope to reduce building errors and create a better template for building administration.
Within housing construction the development towards information based modelling has progressed to some extent and the usage of 3D-models with information attributes are common. This development allows for construction cost and time planning to be tied to the information model,... (More)
Development within the construction industry has traditionally been slow. However, during recent years construction companies have felt a greater pressure to become more efficient and to lower building-costs. One step in the development has been the adjustment towards the usage of model-based design. By constructing the final product as a computer model, construction companies hope to reduce building errors and create a better template for building administration.
Within housing construction the development towards information based modelling has progressed to some extent and the usage of 3D-models with information attributes are common. This development allows for construction cost and time planning to be tied to the information model, thus creating a more precise base for construction compared to traditional design. Visualisation of the building prior to construction reduces the risk of expensive mistakes such as clashes between building elements.
Within the field of civil and underground engineering progress has been considerably slower. Traditionally, the process leading up to the final product has been firmly divided into a design phase and a construction phase. The reason for this is partly the conservatism through out the business but also because of the way the projects are funded and how contractors are contracted. This has mainly to do with the fact that the dominating clients are municipal or government funded, who traditionally has chosen not to let the contractors lead or participate in the design process. This has created strong barriers between the design consultant and the contractor, which has not contributed to the development of civil and underground engineering. (Less)
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Nilsson, Henrik LU and Mårtensson, Oscar
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VBE820 20082
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H3 - Professional qualifications (4 Years - )
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TVBP
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TVBP-5371
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Swedish
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3294753
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2012-12-20 13:23:13
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  abstract     = {Development within the construction industry has traditionally been slow. However, during recent years construction companies have felt a greater pressure to become more efficient and to lower building-costs. One step in the development has been the adjustment towards the usage of model-based design. By constructing the final product as a computer model, construction companies hope to reduce building errors and create a better template for building administration.
Within housing construction the development towards information based modelling has progressed to some extent and the usage of 3D-models with information attributes are common. This development allows for construction cost and time planning to be tied to the information model, thus creating a more precise base for construction compared to traditional design. Visualisation of the building prior to construction reduces the risk of expensive mistakes such as clashes between building elements.
Within the field of civil and underground engineering progress has been considerably slower. Traditionally, the process leading up to the final product has been firmly divided into a design phase and a construction phase. The reason for this is partly the conservatism through out the business but also because of the way the projects are funded and how contractors are contracted. This has mainly to do with the fact that the dominating clients are municipal or government funded, who traditionally has chosen not to let the contractors lead or participate in the design process. This has created strong barriers between the design consultant and the contractor, which has not contributed to the development of civil and underground engineering.},
  author       = {Nilsson, Henrik and Mårtensson, Oscar},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  series       = {TVBP},
  title        = {Möjligheter och hinder för leveranser av digitala anläggningsmodeller},
  year         = {2009},
}