Compliance of Standard Forms of Construction Contracts and Protocols with BIM-Adopted Construction Sector in USA and UK

Due to the changes in the requirements of the clients and the inclusion of various specialized participants having conflicting priorities, architectural design project processes have had to be transformed. This transformation to a complex project environment, has required new advanced project management models inevitably, those of which also introducing new delivery and communication methodologies to support this synchronized project schedules. Although there have been many different models borrowed from different industries and introduced to the Architecture-Engineering-Construction (AEC) field till now; because of the uniqueness and the complexity of each AEC project process, there has still not been an agreed model on the Total Process Management of the architectural design projects yet. Furthermore, in the issue of the design communication; there are still very few attempts of integrating information and communication management with architectural design process. The environment is still in need of such process management models; through which these multidisciplinary complex digital design teams can work, exchange and progress correspondingly and concurrently without any loss or de-orientations in the information flow during the design process. The main aim intended with this study is to reveal some of the existing models on Process and Design Communication in multidisciplinary complex AEC projects and then discuss briefly to constitute a reference base for further developed study.
International Project and Construction Management Conference (IPCMC) (2018)


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R. Sarı, M. K. Pekeriçli, and A. M. Tanyer, “Compliance of Standard Forms of Construction Contracts and Protocols with BIM-Adopted Construction Sector in USA and UK,” Girne, Kıbrıs (KKTC), 2018, p. 163, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: