Market Insight - Building Information Modeling (BIM) in the Global Construction Market

  • ID: 3771983
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 20 pages
  • Timetric
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The report provides detailed market analysis based on a survey of project owners, main contractors, architects and others involved in the construction projects market worldwide to assess the value, key drivers and barriers to implementing BIM and to assess the levels of BIM used currently and likely to be used in the future.

Summary:

In the second quarter of 2016 Timetric surveyed over 100 organizations involved in construction projects, including contractors, surveyors, civil engineers and architects, to obtain an understanding of the state of BIM uptake in the global market, and its perceived value, future and effect on return on investment (ROI).

The results of this survey show that BIM implementation is on the to-do list for many companies but has not yet achieve widespread use.

According to survey results, 41% of respondents do not currently use BIM, 29% do, and 20% are piloting the system, with 10% planning to use it within the next 12 months.

The general assessment from respondents was that BIM is going to be the future of the building information industry.

Scope:

The report provides detailed market analysis based on a survey of project owners, main contractors, architects and others involved in the construction projects market worldwide to assess the value, key drivers and barriers to implementing BIM and to assess the levels of BIM used currently and likely to be used in the future.

Reasons To Buy:

Providing insight into main drivers, barriers and value for the use of BIM by project owners of main contractors, main contractors, architects and others in the industry

Key Highlights:

The report provides detailed market analysis based on a survey of project owners, main contractors, architects and others involved in the construction projects market worldwide to assess the value, key drivers and barriers to implementing BIM and to assess the levels of BIM used currently and likely to be used in the future.

The results of this survey show that BIM implementation is on the to-do list for many companies but has not yet achieve widespread use.

According to survey results, 41% of respondents do not currently use BIM, 29% do, and 20% are piloting the system, with 10% planning to use it within the next 12 months.

The general assessment from respondents was that BIM is going to be the future of the building information industry.
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1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
2. KEY FINDINGS
3. BIM USE
3.1. BIM use to Rise
3.2. Clear Progress to Higher Levels
3.3. Expenditure on BIM to pick up
4. BENEFITS AND THE RETURN ON INVESTMENT
4.1. BIM Provides Cost savings and Operational Efficiencies
4.2. Key Benefits Include a Reduction in Errors and Omissions
4.3. High Expectations Regarding Positive Impact on Profits
4.4. Faster Project Delivery
4.5. Most Value Derived at the Design Development Stage
4.6. Need for Improvement in Interoperability
5. BARRIERS TO IMPLEMENTATION
5.1. Lack of Understanding and Awareness
6. COST SAVINGS AND FEES
6.1. Cost-Saving Targets are Low
6.2. Few Charge Additional Fees
7. CONCLUSIONS
8. APPENDIX
8.1. Further Information
8.2. Disclaimer

List of Tables
Table 1: Current status of BIM use

List of Figures
Figure 1: General views on BIM
Figure 2: Percentage of projects that currently use BIM
Figure 3: Percentage of projects on which BIM will be used in 2020
Figure 4: BIM levels currently used
Figure 5: BIM levels used over the next 2 years
Figure 6: BIM levels used over the next 3-5 years
Figure 7: Changes in organizations’ expenditure on BIM over the next 12 months
Figure 8: Factors influencing decisions to implement BIM - for respondents using BIM or planning to use BIM within 1 year
Figure 9: Factors influencing decisions to implement BIM - for respondents piloting or testing BIM
Figure 10: Factors influencing decisions to implement BIM - for respondents not using BIM
Figure 11: Major benefits received / expected to be received from BIM implementation
Figure 12: Stakeholders perceived to be getting most value from BIM
Figure 13: Impact on profitability over the year following BIM implementation
Figure 14: The impact of BIM on improving ROI - for respondents using BIM or planning to use BIM within 1 year
Figure 15: Expected impact of BIM on improving ROI - for respondents piloting or testing BIM
Figure 16: Expected impact of BIM on improving ROI - for respondents not using BIM
Figure 17: Stages of a project at which BIM provides most value
Figure 18: Measures that could help improve the value of BIM
Figure 19: Key barriers to BIM implementation - for respondents using BIM
Figure 20: Key barriers to BIM implementation - for respondents piloting BIM
Figure 21: Key barriers to BIM implementation - for respondents not using BIM
Figure 22: Cost-saving targets for the year following BIM implementation
Figure 23: Cost-saving targets expected to be set the year following BIM implementation
Figure 24: Additional fee charged when required to produce offerings in BIM specification
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