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Building Information Maturity Model specific to the renovation sector

Abstract : This article focuses on the relevance of a digital approach, Building Information Modeling (BIM), in the dynamic and diversified renovation sector, which is mainly driven by micro enterprises. It provides a synthesis of scientific references on this infrequently addressed subject. This scientific review demonstrates that there are not plentiful or sufficiently appropriate technologies and tools available to encourage the widespread use of BIM in the type of company that would be engaged in renovation work. The aim of this study is to propose the synthesis of scientific data that justifies the introduction of BIM in renovation work. An analysis of the tools and critical success factors makes it possible to determine the specifications for a Maturity Model (MM) that is adapted to the renovation sector and to the actors within it. A BIM Maturity Model For Renovation (BiM2FR) purposes has been established as a result. The origins of, and the content contained within it, are detailed in this article. The results are validated through three case studies of businesses that are engaged in BIM processes
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Laurent Joblot, Thomas Paviot, Dominique Deneux, Samir Lamouri. Building Information Maturity Model specific to the renovation sector. Automation in Construction, Elsevier, 2019, 101, pp.140-159. ⟨10.1016/j.autcon.2019.01.019⟩. ⟨hal-03468335⟩

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