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Strategies for adopting building information modeling (Bim) in sustainable building projects�A case of Malaysia

Manzoor, B. and Othman, I. and Gardezi, S.S.S. and Harirchian, E. (2021) Strategies for adopting building information modeling (Bim) in sustainable building projects�A case of Malaysia. Buildings, 11 (6).

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Abstract

In terms of sustainable growth, Malaysia�s construction industry faces significant chal-lenges, such as construction costs and lack of awareness. To meet these challenges, it is essential to integrate building information modeling (BIM) and sustainable development. As a result, this study aimed to establish strategies for adopting BIM in sustainable building projects. A systematic literature review was performed to classify the strategies to accomplish this aim, followed by a questionnaire survey of 129 construction project stakeholders. Mean score and exploratory factor analysis (EFA) were conducted to explore the detailed influence of BIM adoption strategies in sustainable building projects. The results revealed that �workshops, lectures, and conference events are used to enhance public awareness� and �better information on the costs and benefits of sustainable materials� and �strengthened sustainable development� were the most essential strategies to boost sustainable growth in building projects. Furthermore, EFA was conducted to undertake the group analysis, namely, to identify the standardization-related strategy, economic-related strategy, awareness-related strategy, and environment-related strategy. This study paves the way for future scholars, policymakers, and practitioners to investigate the limitations of future studies. © 2021 by the authors. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland.

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Deposited By: Ms Sharifah Fahimah Saiyed Yeop
Deposited On:19 Aug 2021 13:10
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