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JCR. 2020; 7(19): 1696-1701


NECESSITY OF IMPLEMENTING THE DIGITAL TECHNIQUE IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY USING BIM

Bhupinder Kaur Srao, Dr Hardeep Singh Rai, Kulwinder Singh Mann.

Abstract
India is a country where most of the construction industries are still continue to their traditional way of working by manual means at construction site. This slow pause of transformation of traditional way of working into digital techniques chasing many problems for Architecture, Engineers and Contractors (AEC) every day to accomplish their work at time. According to the survey only 40% projects are completed on time and rest 60% projects are recorded under the budgets in India. Though, each and every construction industry has to follow their own protocols and sometimes might causes delay in completion of project, thereby, reduces the productivity and badly affects the annual turnover. The economic problem faced by construction industries may be reduced by adopting advanced digital techniques for construction projects. A digital technology like BIM is a future trend of construction industry and need of time of the development country like India. Implementing the BIM technology in construction industry may helps to improve the quality of design, construction and reduces the cost as project management is effectively controls by digital techniques.

Key words: BIM, Steel structural building, Construction Technique, 4D, 5D Modelling, Neural network.



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