Vision 2020 A Whole Life Cycle İnformation Management System for Built Environments

2008-08-01
Pekeriçli, Mehmet Koray
Flanagan, Roger
Jewell, Carol A
Lu, Weisheng
A whole life-cycle information management vision is proposed, the organizational requirements for the realization of the scenario is investigated. Preliminary interviews with construction professionals are reported. Discontinuities at information transfer throughout life-cycle of built environments are resulting from lack of coordination and multiple data collection/storage practices. A more coherent history of these activities can improve the work practices of various teams by augmenting decision making processes and creating organizational learning opportunities. Therefore, there is a need for unifying these fragmented bits of data to create a meaningful, semantically rich and standardized information repository for built environment. The proposed vision utilizes embedded technologies and distributed building information models. Two diverse construction project types (large one-off design, small repetitive design) are investigated for the applicability of the vision. A functional prototype software/hardware system for demonstrating the practical use of this vision is developed and discussed. Plans for case-studies for validating the proposed model at a large PFI hospital and housing association projects are discussed.
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M. K. Pekeriçli, R. Flanagan, C. A. Jewell, and W. Lu, “Vision 2020 A Whole Life Cycle İnformation Management System for Built Environments,” presented at the The 5th International Conference on Innovation in Architecture, Engineering and Construction, AEC2008 (23 - 25 Haziran 2008), Antalya, Türkiye, 2008, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: http://www.lboro.ac.uk/microsites/cice/aec2008/AEC2008-75.pdf.