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Macro-BIM adoption study: establishing Nigeria's BIM maturity.

Hamma-adama, Mansur; Kouider, Tahar

Authors

Mansur Hamma-adama

Tahar Kouider



Contributors

Clinton Aigbavboa
Editor

Wellington Thwala
Editor

Abstract

Construction Industry in Nigeria has since required a disruptive technology to change its construction business and improve its capabilities and productivity. As an on-going research (PhD work) to developing a strategy for an effective Building Information Modelling (BIM) adoption in Nigeria, a macro-BIM adoption study was carried out to establish BIM maturity within the Nigerian construction market. Online questionnaire was used as tool for data collection from the professional stakeholders in the industry. In the process to formulate a National BIM Roadmap, five conceptual macro-BIM maturity models were utilized. The models’ findings act as a guide in developing a national BIM adoption policy. The five applied models helped classify the macro maturity components and the key policies’ deliverables that must be addressed within both the initiation and consultation phases of proposing the Nigerian BIM roadmap. The results established positive progress in awareness and adoption level compared to the 2017 survey. Recommendations are made based on the study findings as to advance into policy development.

Start Date Jul 28, 2019
Publication Date Aug 10, 2019
Publisher Springer Verlag
Pages 401-411
Book Title The construction industry in the fourth industrial revolution
ISBN 9783030265274
Institution Citation HAMMA-ADAMA, M. and KOUIDER, T. 2019. Macro-BIM adoption study: establishing Nigeria’s BIM maturity. In Aigbavboa, C. and Thwala, W. (eds.) The construction industry in the fourth industrial revolution: proceedings of the 11th Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) postgraduate research conference (CIDB 2019): positioning the construction industry in the fourth industrial revolution, 28-30 July 2019, Johannesburg, South Africa. Cham: Springer [online], pages 401-411. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-26528-1_40
DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-26528-1_40
Keywords Building information modelling; Macro-BIM; Adoption; Nigeria; Construction industry

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