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BrIM for project delivery and the life-cycle: state of the art

BrIM for project delivery and the life-cycle: state of the art Bridge Information Modelling (BrIM) was introduced to bridge enterprise stakeholders in design, construction, operations and management. These stakeholders are increasingly realizing that a well thought out leveraging of bridge data for multiple purposes through the entire bridge life cycle is important. This paper surveys the genesis and development of BrIM supported by NSBA, NCHRP, AASHTO, and FHWA. This includes aspects that distinguish it from its close cousin, Building Information Modeling (BIM). Principal questions, issues, and challenges that have been raised by various stakeholders about BrIM are summarized in this paper to help clarify the way forward to increased industry acceptance and deployment of BrIM-enabled workflow. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bridge Structures IOS Press

BrIM for project delivery and the life-cycle: state of the art

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Publisher
IOS Press
Copyright
Copyright © 2009 by IOS Press, Inc
ISSN
1573-2487
eISSN
1744-8999
DOI
10.1080/15732480903143003
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Abstract

Bridge Information Modelling (BrIM) was introduced to bridge enterprise stakeholders in design, construction, operations and management. These stakeholders are increasingly realizing that a well thought out leveraging of bridge data for multiple purposes through the entire bridge life cycle is important. This paper surveys the genesis and development of BrIM supported by NSBA, NCHRP, AASHTO, and FHWA. This includes aspects that distinguish it from its close cousin, Building Information Modeling (BIM). Principal questions, issues, and challenges that have been raised by various stakeholders about BrIM are summarized in this paper to help clarify the way forward to increased industry acceptance and deployment of BrIM-enabled workflow.

Journal

Bridge StructuresIOS Press

Published: Jan 1, 2009

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