Vol. 4 Núm. 4 (2022): Vol. 4 Núm. 4 (2022): Journal BIM. Número 4. 2022
Artículos

FACILITY MANAGEMENT CON BIM: APLICACIONES DE SOFTWARE EXISTENTES EN EL MERCADO

Javier Marin
Universidad Pablo de Olavide (UPO)

Publicado 2022-12-31 — Actualizado el 2023-01-01

Versiones

Palabras clave

  • BIM,
  • FM,
  • Facility Management,
  • BIM 7D

Resumen

Objetivo: Este artículo expone una presentación de los diferentes softwares y sus principales características, poniendo en valor los aspectos del Facility Management (FM).
Diseño / metodología / enfoque: La organización del trabajo BIM es una cuestión que muchas veces no es abordada durante la formación de los alumnos en la tecnología BIM. Por ello se pretende explicar un ejemplo de elaboración de un BEP aplicado a un proyecto académico.
Resultados: Lo importante que es el Facility Management (FM), la dificultad que supone implantarlo y la existencia de diferentes aplicaciones en la aplicación de este.
Originalidad: Se va a presentar el TFM realizado por el alumno Javier Marin Escribano, como ejemplo de éxito del desarrollo de un proyecto bajo metodología BIM.
Palabras clave: BIM, FM, Facility Management, BIM 7D.
Derechos de autor: La autora conserva los derechos de autor de su obra. Los artículos están licenciados bajo la licencia BY-NC-ND (Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Public License), que otorga derechos de acceso abierto a la sociedad. Específicamente, con la licencia BY-NC-ND no se permite un uso comercial de la obra original ni la generación de obras derivadas.

Citas

  1. Kelly, G., Serginson, M., Lockley, S., Dawood, N. and Kassem, M. (2013), “BIM for facility management: a review and a case study investigating the value and challenges”, Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Construction Applications of Virtual Reality, pp. 30-31.
  2. Jones, S.S. (2015), “Smart market report”, Design and Construction Intelligence, Dodge Data and Analytics.
  3. Love, P.E., Matthews, J., Simpson, I., Hill, A. and Olatunji, O.A. (2014), “A benefits realization management building information modeling framework for asset owners”, Automation in Construction, Vol. 37, pp. 1-10.
  4. Yalcinkaya, M., Singh, V. (2014) Building Information Modeling (BIM) for Facilities Management-Literature Review and Future Needs. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, 442, pp. 1-10
  5. Wang, Y., Wang, X., Wang, J., Yung, P., Jun, G. (2013). Engagement of Facilities Management in Design Stage through BIM: Framework and a Case Study. Advances in Civil Engineering, 2013, 1-8p
  6. Nica?, Aleksander K.; Wody?ski, Wojciech (2016). Enhancing Facility Management through BIM 6D. Procedia Engineering, 164(), 299–306. doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2016.11.623
  7. H. Penttilä, Describing the changes in architectural information technology to understand design complexity and free-form architectural expression, ITCON 11 (Special Issue The Effects of CAD on Building Form and Design Quality), 2006, pp. 395–408.
  8. Lee, S.-K. et al. (2012), “An extension of the technology acceptance model for BIM-based FM”, Proceedings of the Construction Research Congress 2012: Construction Challenges in a Flat World, ASCE, West Lafayette, IN, pp. 602-611.
  9. Wetzel, Eric M.; Thabet, Walid Y. (2015). The use of a BIM-based framework to support safe facility management processes. Automation in Construction, 60(), 12–24. doi:10.1016/j.autcon.2015.09.004
  10. Cavka, H.B., Staub-French, S. and Pottinger, R. (2015), “Evaluating the alignment of organizational and project contexts for BIM adoption: a case study of a large owner organization”, Buildings, Vol. 5 No. 4, pp. 1265-1300
  11. Cavka, H.B., Staub-French, S. and Pottinger, R. (2015), “Evaluating the alignment of organizational and project contexts for BIM adoption: a case study of a large owner organization”, Buildings, Vol. 5 No. 4, pp. 1265-1300
  12. Alvarez-Romero, S.O. (2014), “Use of building information modeling technology in the integration of the handover process and facilities management”, Doctoral dissertation, Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
  13. Ghosh, A. (2015), “Analyzing the impact of Building Information Modeling (BIM) on labor productivity in retrofit construction: case study at a semiconductor manufacturing facility”, Doctoral dissertation, Arizona State University).
  14. Azhar, S. (2011). Building information modeling (BIM): Trends, benefits, risks, and challenges for the AEC industry. Leadership and Management in Engineering, 11(3), 241-252.
  15. Edirisinghe, Ruwini; London, Kerry Anne; Kalutara, Pushpitha; Aranda -Mena, Guillermo; Anumba, Chimay; Hartmann, Timo (2017). Building information modelling for facility management: are we there yet?. Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, (), 00–00. doi:10.1108/ECAM-06-2016-0139
  16. Elmualim, A. and Gilder, J. (2014), “BIM: innovation in design management, influence and challenges of implementation”, Architectural Engineering and Design Management, Vol. 10 Nos 3/4, pp. 183-199.
  17. Beach, T., Petri, I., Rezgui, Y. and Rana, O. (2017), “Management of collaborative BIM data by federating distributed BIM models”, Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, Vol. 31 No. 4, p. 04017009.
  18. https://www.youbim.com/
  19. https://www.accasoftware.com/es/bim-facility-management-software
  20. https://archibus.com/products/bim-fm/
  21. https://revizto.com/es/
  22. https://new.siemens.com/global/en/products/buildings/digital-building-lifecycle/ecodomus-software.html