THE EFFECTS OF BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING (BIM) IMPLEMENTATION IN THE SUCCESS OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
Keywords:BIM, Critical Success Factor, Questionnaire, Multiple Linear Regression
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is one of the most exciting recent advances in the field of architecture, enginering and construction (AEC), which is a significant advance in digital technology for virtual building modeling. The aim of this final project is to evaluate the impact of the benefits of BIM adoption, BIM adoption factors, challanges and barriers, both partially and simultaneously on critical success factors in Building Information Modeling (BIM) based projects. Respondents of this study were 40 contractors and construction consultants representing 14 construction companies in Indonesia with experience using Building Information Modeling (BIM) based applications. The method used is in the form of quantitative research using descriptive and statistical analysis through the SPSS 25.0 application. The results of the analysis showed that: (a) the advantages of adopting BIM have a positive and significant effect on critical success factors, (b) factors related to BIM adoption have a positive and significant effect on critical success factors (c) challenges and obstacles do not have a negative effect on critical success factor, (d) simultaneously there is an effect of the advantages of adopting BIM, factors related to BIM adoption, challenges and obstacles to critical success factors in Building Information Modeling (BIM) based projects.
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