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The Macro Maturity Components model (upadated Nov 17, 2014) identifies eight complementary components for measuring and establishing the relative and absolute BIM maturity of Macro Organizational Scales (Market, Defined Market and Sub-Market). The eight components are:
- Objectives, stages and milestones
- Champions and drivers
- Regulatory framework
- Noteworthy publications
- Learning and education
- Measurements and benchmarks
- Standardised parts and deliverables
- Technology infrastructure
The components are measured individually and collectively using the BIM Maturity Index (BIMMI) which includes 5 levels: (a) initial/ad-hoc, (b) defined, (c) managed, (d) integrated, and (e) optimised.
Note: the Macro Maturity Components model is discussed in BIM ThinkSpace Episode 22 (published Jan 27, 2015).
Note 1: the Macro Maturity Components model was first introduced as "BIM Implementation Components at Defined Market Scale v0.1" at the “8th IBS Roundtable: Mechanisation through Building Information Modelling (BIM), November 2011 – Malaysia”. Click here to view the superseded model.
Note 2: the current version benefited from the excellent feedback and model validation efforts of Dr Mohamad Kassem of Teesside University (UK).