BIM/CIM Implementation in the Thailand Private Sector: Extension to 6D Analysis – Safety Simulation of a Railway Station

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Saratchai Ongprasert Rapee Parichatrkanont

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This paper presents the BIM implementation practices of the private sector in the Thai construction industry. The investigations were based on observation, literature review, interviews, and actual practices of the AEC organizations in Thailand. The problems encountered and success factors of BIM implementation were discussed based on our experience in practice. Furthermore, a case study demonstrates application of BIM in safety aspects, which seamlessly works with design and construction phase.

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Ongprasert, S., & Parichatrkanont, R. (2019). BIM/CIM Implementation in the Thailand Private Sector: Extension to 6D Analysis – Safety Simulation of a Railway Station. International Journal of Building, Urban, Interior and Landscape Technology (BUILT), 13(1), 43 - 54. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/BUILT/article/view/187420
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