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Emmitt, S (2016) Editorial. Architectural Engineering and Design Management, 12(06), 407–8.

Hong, W, Abdul-Rahman, H and Wang, C (2016) The application of Form School {[}Feng Shui{]} model in a sleep environment: human preferences and subjective sleep quality evaluation. Architectural Engineering and Design Management, 12(06), 442–59.

Lundström, A, Savolainen, J and Kostiainen, E (2016) Case study: developing campus spaces through co-creation. Architectural Engineering and Design Management, 12(06), 409–26.

Nnedinma, U (2016) Approaches, drivers and motivators of health and safety self-regulation in the Nigerian construction industry: a scoping study. Architectural Engineering and Design Management, 12(06), 460–75.

Papadonikolaki, E, Vrijhoef, R and Wamelink, H (2016) The interdependences of BIM and supply chain partnering: empirical explorations. Architectural Engineering and Design Management, 12(06), 476–94.

  • Type: Journal Article
  • Keywords: Building information modelling; BIM implementation; case study; supply chain management; supply chain partnership;
  • ISBN/ISSN: 1745-2007
  • URL: https://doi.org/10.1080/17452007.2016.1212693
  • Abstract:
    Building Information Modelling (BIM) technology and the concept of supply chain management (SCM) could be a potentially compatible and mutually interdependent practice. The existing research on BIM focuses on improving project-based and intra-organisational goals, ignoring the impact of BIM on existing structured long-term Supply Chain (SC) partnerships. The purpose of this study is to explore the interdependences of BIM and cross-project long-term inter-organisational teams. Five projects in the Netherlands, with BIM and SCM implementation, were analysed empirically using case study methods, including interviews, documents analysis and live observations. The BIM-enabled SC partnerships adopted various SCM practices and displayed distinct BIM collaboration patterns. This exploration revealed three main patterns of BIM-based collaboration, that is, ad-hoc, linear and distributed, in the SC partnerships. The three patterns included various quasi-contractual, physical and digital means for BIM collaboration. The study suggests implications about BIM researchers and practitioners for not only implementing BIM, but also further integrating the construction SC.

Wanigarathna, N, Sherratt, F, Price, A and Austin, S (2016) Healthcare designers’ use of prescriptive and performance-based approaches. Architectural Engineering and Design Management, 12(06), 427–41.