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Architectural Services Department - ArchSD Sustainability Report 2015

Management Approach / BIM Adoption Roadmap

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BIM Adoption Roadmap

In view of potential benefits that Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology may bring to our building project management and following the guidance from the DEVB, ArchSD has generated its BIM Adoption Roadmap to cover a 5-year period from 2014/15 to 2018/19.

BIM Adoption Objectives


BIM Adoption Objectives

A Departmental BIM Task Force was established in 2012 to explore the impacts associated with the implementation of BIM in project management. Equipped with BIM hardware and software, we have set up a dedicated staff training facility to deliver BIM training ranging from introductory to advanced level.


BIM training room

ArchSD adopts an incremental approach to gradually introduce BIM in public works projects and continue the trial projects of different nature, scale or complexity. As of May 2014, we have identified five BIM pilot projects in different work stages for the trial run. The findings on using BIM will be evaluated in detail for formulating the way forward. In July 2014, we were grateful to receive an Autodesk BIM Award (Honourable Mention) for the use of BIM in recording of historic buildings. With the accumulation of BIM-related technical competence, we expect that the scope and extent of BIM trial projects would be increased.

BIM has been applied in project of Ecological Park at Tso Kun Tam Valley for study and printed as model
Representatives of Commissioner of Heritage's Office & ArchSD received the Award


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