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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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ISSN 2277-8616

Assessment Of Bim In High-Rise Building Construction In Indonesia

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Riqi Radian Khasani, Arif Hidayat



Building Information Modelling, BIM, Implementation, Construction, High-Rise Building.



The construction industry in Indonesia is progressing rapidly. Contractors are required to complete construction projects in a short amount of time, with minimal costs and efficient utilisation of human resources. The BIM method is 3D modelling technique containing all the construction information that works during the planning, design, implementation, and maintenance phases. BIM has the concept of 3D approach (modelling) to 7D (facility management applications). Several contractors in Indonesia have initiated the implementation of the BIM method for project construction in the construction phase, including the high-rise building construction category. This study discovers the achievement level of BIM implementation in the construction phase by contractors in Indonesia who have already implemented BIM. Data research was obtained from a questionnaire, using two methods of data analysis, Building Information Modeling Implementation Index (BIMII), and Importance Performance Analysis of Building Information Modeling (IPABIM). There are 25 criteria divided into four categories: people, cost, time, and integration. Calculations of BIMII produce a quite achieved score of 67.46%, with categories as follows: people, quite achieved, 62.47%; cost, achieved, 71.64%; time, achieved, 69.41%; integration, quite achieved, 66.32%. The IPABIM classifies the categories of achievement level of BIM implementation into four categories: quadrant A, areas of improvement, eight criteria; quadrant B, excellent work, 15 criteria; quadrant C, low priority, one criteria; quadrant D, disproportionate, one criteria. These findings give meaningful contributions for understanding the achievement level of BIM implementation in Indonesia.



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