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Abstract: Accurate detection of building defects and communication to stakeholders with prudent use of invested resources, e.g., time, manpower, and money, increases value delivery to all stakeholders involved in the building delivery. This paper presents a prototype developed to facilitate enhanced value delivery for building defects inspection during building construction and management. With image classificationContinue reading “Development of a mobile phone-based application for detection and communication of building defects”
Abstract: The aim of this project is to design an adoptable solution that improves the quality of work and increases work productivity for the modelling of inspection chambers, waste sumps and manholes, and their pipe connections in Revit. Existing workflows and design requirements of the sanitary discharge system at a consultancy firm were analysed. SinceContinue reading “Automation of building information modelling process of sanitary drainage system with Dynamo”
Abstract: The integration of facility management and mobile cloud computing is an innovative and vital undertaking to improve facility maintenance and management. Even though recent studies have proposed various methods of implementing mobile cloud computing, there remains an issue of simplifying data structures and maximising productivity. This paper presents a solution to mobilise corrective maintenanceContinue reading “Mobile cloud computing application solution for waste reduction in the facility management process”
Guidance for performing automatic verification of building information modelling (BIM) files using Python
Abstract: This technical note provides guidance on how python can be used to automate the process of verifying building information modelling (BIM) files. The research conducted and reported in this paper is a follow up to the Chua and Fadeyi (2021) study in which dynamo was used to perform automatic verification of BIM files. TheContinue reading “Guidance for performing automatic verification of building information modelling (BIM) files using Python”
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