Specification of Objects for Modeling Information in Construction: A Study with Fire Doors

Claudio Alcides Jacoski, Juliana Ferrari Andreis, Lissandro Machado Hoffmeister, Marcelo Fabiano Costella

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The study of Building Information Modeling (BIM) is driven by alternatives in information management support within the construction design process. It seeks to improve the budgeting and planning system of works and to reduce the rework and incompatibilities faced, automating works and consequently reducing costs. Faced with this no-longer two-dimensional universe, objects in BIM are classified according to their levels of development (LOD), i.e., the level specifying the content and stage of the information available for these models. The objective of this study was to create and enter properties in a parametric object model (using a "fire door" as example object), in addition to associating it with the levels of development according to the LOD classification developed by the American Institute of Architects - AIA. A significant amount of limitations was observed based on this classification, mostly related to the evolution of the BIM methodology in projects, since the process is still under development in Brazil.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15675/gepros.v15i1.2196

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