Project

Evaluating the Impact of BIM on Project Performance

Research purpose

This research is an empirical evaluation of the role that execution planning has in maximizing the value gained from various uses of Building Information Modeling (BIM). Upon completion, this research will provide the industry with our first focused look at the effectiveness of BIM execution planning. The results will inform decisions regarding BIM implementation and support the “BIM Done Right” initiative, which sees an integrated BIM process as a catalyst for delivering greater value to the owner.

This research project is being done in conjunction with RGA #08-17 at Penn State.

Grantee
University of Florida
Project Area
Building Information Models
CPF research grant #
07-17
Award amount
$11,328
Grant period
Aug 2017 - May 2018
Grant Status
In Progress
Principal Investigator
Bryan W. Franz, Ph.D. University at Florida; Co-PI: John Messner, Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University
Industry champions

Greg Gidez, Hensel Phelps

CPF allies

DBIA, BIMForum

Research deliverables

Progress Report
Final Report
BIMForum Presentation

Downloads

Evaluating the Impact of BIM on Project Performance (07-17/08-17)
Bryan Franz – University of Florida and John Messner – Penn State University