Adoption of building information modeling in developing countries: a phenomenological perspective
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a cutting edge technology that has addressed prominent challenges in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industries in most of the developed countries. Construction industries in developing countries due to identified challenges and unavailability of the clear understanding of best practices, are dithering whether to adopt this technology. The scope of this study was how to facilitate BIM adoption in developing countries. A phenomenological design approach was considered to seek early adopters’ and BIM professionals’ lived experiences on ...
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Sahil, Abdul Qadeer
Glick, Scott; Valdes-Vasquez, Rodolfo