The BIM Framework blog summarizes conceptual parts (models, taxonomies, classifications, etc.) appearing in published peer-reviewed articles. Each post include a number tags (typepad categories) including those identifying the article where the model was first published.
- Papers type A are published peer-reviewed papers with the blog's author (Bilal Succar) being the sole or primary author.
- Papers type B are peer-reviewed papers with the author being a co-contributor (e.g. second or third author).
- Papers type C are reports, position papers or other articles where the author acted as a significant or acknowledged contributor.
Below is a list of papers linked to BIMframework.info posts:
Paper A1: Succar, B., Sher, W., & Aranda-Mena, G. (2007). A proposed framework to investigate Building Information Modelling through knowledge elicitation and visual models. Paper presented at the Australasian Universities Building Education (AUBEA2007), Melbourne, Australia. http://bit.ly/BIMPaperA1
Paper A2: Succar, B. (2009). Building information modelling framework: a research and delivery foundation for industry stakeholders. Automation in Construction, 18(3), 357-375. http://bit.ly/BIMPaperA2
Paper A3: Succar, B. (2010). Building Information Modelling maturity matrix. In J. Underwood & U. Isikdag (Eds.), Handbook of research on Building Information Modelling and construction informatics: concepts and technologies (pp. 65-103): Information Science Reference, IGI Publishing. http://bit.ly/BIMPaperA3
Paper A4: Succar, B. (2010). The five components of BIM performance measurement. Paper presented at the CIB World Congress, Salford, United Kingdom. http://bit.ly/BIMPaperA4
Paper A5: Succar, B., Sher, W., & Williams, A. (2012). Measuring BIM performance: five metrics. Architectural Engineering and Design Management, 8(2), 120-142. http://bit.ly/BIMPaperA5
Paper A6: Succar, B., Sher, W., & Williams, A. (2013). An integrated approach to BIM competency acquisition, assessment and application. Automation in Construction, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.autcon.2013.05.016. http://bit.ly/BIMPaperA6
Paper A7: Succar, B. and Sher, W. (2013).A Competency knowledge-base for BIM learning, in Australasian Universities Building Education (AUBEA2013), Auckland, New Zealand, November 20-22, 2013. http://bit.ly/BIMPaperA7
Paper A8: Succar, B., & Kassem, M. (2015). Macro-BIM adoption: Conceptual structures. Automation in Construction, 57, 64-79. http://bit.ly/BIMPaperA8
Paper A9: Succar, B. and Kassem, M. (2016). Building Information Modelling: Point of Adoption, CIB World Congress, Tampere Finland, May 30 - June 3, 2016. http://bit.ly/BIMPaperA9
Paper A10: Succar, B., Saleeb, N., Sher, W. (2016). Model Uses: Foundations for a Modular Requirements Clarification Language, Australasian Universities Building Education (AUBEA2016), Cairns, Australia, July 6-8, 2016. http://bit.ly/BIMPaperA10
Paper B1: Kassem, M., Succar, B., & Dawood, N. (2015). Building Information Modeling: analyzing noteworthy publications of eight countries using a knowledge content taxonomy In R. Issa & S. Olbina (Eds.), Building Information Modeling: applications and practices in the AEC industry. University of Miami: ASCE. http://bit.ly/BIMPaperB1
Paper B2: Kassem, M., Succar, B., Dawood, N. (2013). A proposed approach to comparing the BIM maturity of countries. CIB W78 2013, 30th international Conference on applications of IT in the AEC industry, 9-12 October 2013, Beijing, China. http://bit.ly/BIMPaperB2
Paper B3: Kassem, M. and Succar, B. (2017). Macro BIM adoption: Comparative market analysis. Automation in Construction, 81, 286-299. http://bit.ly/BIMPaperB3
Paper C: Succar, B., Agar, C., Beazley, S., Berkemeier, P., Choy, R., Rosetta Di Giangregorio, Donaghey, S., Linning, C., Macdonald, J., Perey, R., & Plume, J. (2012). BIM in Practice - BIM Education, a position paper by the Australian Institute of Architects and Consult Australia. http://www.bim.architecture.com.au/ http://bit.ly/BIMPaperC
Thesis: Succar, B. (2013), Building Information Modelling: conceptual constructs and performance improvement tools, (Doctor of Philosophy), University of Newcastle. http://bit.ly/BSuccar-Thesis
Unless otherwise noted, all conceptual parts published through BIMframework.info have been solely developed by Bilal Succar.