A BIM Maturity-KPI assessment framework for a UK public sector local authority client

AbouMoemen, A 2022, A BIM Maturity-KPI assessment framework for a UK public sector local authority client , PhD thesis, University of Salford.

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Abstract

The UK construction industry outlined construction problems related to delivering values to clients and construction performance. UK industry reports aimed to address various problems and provide milestones on how to tackle such problems, through setting a set of improvement targets to the industry, known as Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). A set of targets were addressed to achieve by 2025 that includes Building Information Modelling (BIM). The UK government mandated the usage of Level 2 BIM across the construction industry in 2016, which was superseded by the BS EN ISO19650 standards in 2019. This research aimed to develop a BIM Maturity-KPI assessment framework for the UK public sector local authority client to assess BIM adoption in line with the UK construction strategy. The research was conducted with a case study through workshops to develop a BIM maturity assessment. This was followed by conducting interviews to investigate levels of BIM maturity and KPI metrics adoptions in the UK client sector, to fill out the BIM maturity assessment, to establish potential relationships with KPI metrics, and propose any further KPI metrics to be considered. This was further examined through a questionnaire survey to statistically examine the relationships of BIM maturity and KPI metrics. A 3-level BIM maturity assessment (Awareness, Occasional Application, Consistency) for 3 organisational levels (Strategic, Implementation, Operational) was proposed. 10 standardised KPI metrics (Cost, Time, Quality, Satisfaction, Health and Safety, Performance, Profitability, Productivity, Sustainability, and Collaborative Culture) were delivered. The KPI metrics relationship with BIM maturity were assessed through a 4-level relationship (No relationship, Weak, Medium, Strong). The findings indicated that there was a relationship that existed between the BIM maturity and KPI metrics. The research proposed a final BIM Maturity-KPI assessment framework to the UK client sector. Finally, the research provided the UK client sector with an overview on the existing BIM maturity and KPI metrics, and how they can both be linked together.

Item Type: Thesis (PhD)
Schools: Schools > School of the Built Environment > Centre for Urban Processes, Resilient Infrastructures & Sustainable Environments
Depositing User: AA Abou Moemen
Date Deposited: 07 Jun 2022 16:08
Last Modified: 15 Jul 2022 11:24
URI: http://usir.salford.ac.uk/id/eprint/63987

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