https://doi.org/10.24928/2021/0208

Lean and BIM Interaction in a High Rise Building

Frank Chuquín1, Cristhian Chuquín2 & Romina Saire3

1Lecturer, Researcher at Construction Management & Technology Research Group (GETEC), Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, Lima, Peru, [email protected], orcid.org/0000-0001- 8342-6602
2Civil Engineer, Researcher at Construction Management & Technology Research Group (GETEC), Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, Lima, Peru, [email protected], orcid.org/0000-0002- 4080-9600
3Research Assistant at Construction Management & Technology Research Group (GETEC), Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, Lima, Peru, [email protected], orcid.org/0000-0002-2433-1301

Abstract

Lean Design has been spreading its use in the AEC industry along with the emergence of Building Information Modelling (BIM).Those two methodologies; Lean and BIM are being implemented first independently and then together. as new means to deliver more efficient projects. This paper researches some tools of Lean and BIM that permit a positive interaction by focusing on a case study related to a high rise building for residential use. Those tools are; from Lean Construction, set based design and value stream mapping. From BIM were used a 3D model and Integrated Concurrent Engineering (ICE) sessions. Also, the paper describes the interaction between those tools in the design phase and its impact in the construction stage.

Keywords

Lean design, BIM, set based design, value stream, ice session

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Chuquín, F. , Chuquín, C. & Saire, R. 2021, 'Lean and BIM Interaction in a High Rise Building' In:, Proc. 29th Annual Conference of the International Group for Lean Construction (IGLC). Lima, Peru, 14-16 Jul 2021. pp 136-144

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