Logical Description of the Basic Production Processes for the Development of a Construction Production Information Model

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Kamil Faritovich Islamov
Sergey Anatolievich Sovkov

Abstract

We considered the questions and problems of detailing the basic production processes for the proposed evolutionary model for the development of automation and control methods for all cycles of construction production in the paradigm of the element-by-minute and per-minute organization of construction work based on the BIM construction model and
approved standard construction and technological processes of creating a construction production product. This system includes the proposed work automation and organization methods, which will provide element-by-element planning of the construction of buildings with minute precision of planning detailing, based on the use of pre-developed, tested
and approved standard technological processes of construction production, within the framework of the global work schedule. The implementation result of such a system is to obtain an actual facility at the construction site corresponding to the BIM design model of the building, element-by-element and detailed fixation of the technological, financial and time parameters of the actually performed work, as well as resources spent at all stages of construction production. BIM implementation at the stage of construction production will provide an opportunity for automated data exchange with all stakeholders in third-party areas, including interaction and programmatic data exchange with the state construction information system, state supervision authorities, manufacturers of construction materials and equipment, participants in joint financing of construction works and others.

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Kamil Faritovich Islamov, & Sergey Anatolievich Sovkov. (2020). Logical Description of the Basic Production Processes for the Development of a Construction Production Information Model. Helix, 10(05), 225-229. Retrieved from https://helixscientific.pub/index.php/home/article/view/249
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