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45 REFERENCES AGC, AIA, and NBIMS, “Level of Development Specification,” BIM Forum, Associated General Contractors of America, American Institute of Architects, National BIM Standard, 2015. Ball, M., “Denver’s Airport Expansion Primes a Push toward BIM for Facility Management,” Informed Infrastructure, 2015 [Online]. Available: https://informedinfrastructure.com/6773/bim-for-denver-airport-expansion/?print=pdf. build- ingSMART UK, “Investing in BIM Competence,” buildingSMART UK, Watford, 2010. Computer Integrated Construction Research Program (CICRP), “BIM Planning Guide for Facility Owners,” Version 2.0, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pa., 2013 [Online]. Available: http:/bim.psu.edu. Eastman, C., P. Teicholz, R. Sacks, and K. Liston, BIM Handbook: A Guide to Building Information Modeling for Owners, Managers, Designers, Engineers and Contractors, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, N.J., 2011. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), BIM Life Cycle Facility Information Management & Implementation Strategies, FAA, Air Traffic Organization, Washington, D.C., 2015a. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), FAA Building Information Modeling (BIM) Guide, version 3.0, Air Traffic Organiza- tion, Computer Aided Engineering Graphics (CAEG) Program Office, Washington, D.C., 2015b. Gatwick Airport–Neath, S., R. Hulse, and A. Codd, “Building Information Modelling in Practice: Transforming Gatwick Airport, U.K.,” Civil Engineering, Vol. 167, Issue CE2, 2014. Giel, B., G. Mayo, and R. Issa, BIM Use and Requirements Among Building Owners, Building Information Modeling: Applica- tions and Practices, R. Issa and S. Olbina, Eds., American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, Va., 2015. GSA (U.S. General Services Administration), GSA BIM Guide, GSA, Washington, D.C., 2009 [Online]. Available: http:// www.gsa.gov/portal/content/102276. GSA (U.S. General Services Administration), “BIM Overview,” Public Buildings Service, Office of the Chief Architect, GSA, Washington, D.C., 2016 [Online]. Available: http://www.gsa.gov/portal/content/102276. Hollman, J., Total Cost Management Framework, 1st ed., Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering International, Morgantown, W.V., 2006. Jung, W. and G. Lee, “The Status of BIM Adoption on Six Continents,” International Journal of Civil, Structural, Construc- tion and Architectural Engineering, Vol. 9, No. 5, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 2015. Khosrowshahi, F. and Y. Arayici, “Roadmap for Implementation of BIM in the U.K. Construction Industry,” Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, Vol. 19, No. 6, 2012, pp. 610–635. Kreider, R. and J. Messner, “The Uses of BIM: Classifying and Selecting BIM Uses,” The Computer Integrated Construction Research Group, Penn State, University Park, Pa., 2013. Massport, BIM Guidelines for Vertical and Horizontal Construction, Massachusetts Port Authority, 2015 [Online]. Available: http://www.massport.com/business-with-massport/capital-improvements/resource-center/ [accessed Aug. 10, 2015]. McGraw-Hill, SmartMarket Report: The Business Value of BIM for Owners, McGraw-Hill Financial, Bedford, Mass., 2015. McGraw-Hill, SmartMarket Report: The Business Value of BIM for Construction in Major Global Markets, McGraw-Hill Financial, Bedford, Mass., 2014. McGraw-Hill, SmartMarket Report: The Business Value of BIM in North America, McGraw-Hill Financial, Bedford, Mass., 2012. McGraw-Hill, SmartMarket Report: The Business Value of BIM—Getting to the Bottom Line, McGraw-Hill Financial, Bed- ford, Mass., 2009. Motawa, I. and A. Almarshad, “A Knowledge-Based BIM System for Building Maintenance,” Automation in Construction, Vol. 29, 2013, pp. 173–182. National Institute of Building Sciences, Whole Building Design Guide, Washington, D.C., 2014 [Online]. Available: https:// www.wbdg.org/resources/cobie.php.

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TRB's Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Synthesis 70: Building Information Modeling for Airports summarizes current state of the art and practice for Building Information Modeling (BIM). BIM is a digital representation of a facility’s physical and functional characteristics. BIM offers tools that allow airport decision makers to understand all components of a facility—their location, and their attributes, both graphically and systematically—to minimize the total cost of owning and operating an airport facility.

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