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47 BIBLIOGRAPHY AGC, The Contractor’s Guide to BIM, Edition 1, Associated General Contractors of America, 2008. Blanco, F.G.B. and H. Chen, “The Implementation of Building Information Modelling in the United Kingdom by the Trans- port Industry,” ProceDEN—Social and Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 138, No. 0, 2014, pp. 510–520. Bryde, D., et al., “The Project Benefits of Building Information Modelling (BIM),” International Journal of Project Manage- ment, Vol. 31, No. 7, 2013, pp. 971–980. Chelson, D.E., The Effects of Building Information Modeling on Construction Site Productivity, Doctoral thesis, Civil Engi- neering, University of Maryland, College Park, 2010, 314 pp. Jones, J., “The Importance of BIM,” Civil Engineering, Vol. 84, No. 5, 2014, p. 66. Jung, Y., “Variations of BIM Deployment with Integrated Construction Management Information Systems (PMIS),” In Build- ing Information Modeling: Applications and Practices, R. Issa and S. Olbina, Eds., American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, Va., 2015, pp. 167–193. Kubba, S., “Building Information Modeling,” Chapter 5, Handbook of Green Building Design and Construction, Boston, Mass., Butterworth–Heinemann, 2012, pp. 201–226. Landers, J.A.Y., “Modeling Program Improves Efficiency of Construction Progress Monitoring,” Civil Engineering Maga- zine, American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, Va., Vol. 82, No. 10, pp. 42–43. Love, P.E.D., et al., “From Justification to Evaluation: Building Information Modeling for Asset Owners,” Automation in Construction, Vol. 35, No. 0, 2013, pp. 208–216. Maldovan, K. and T. McCuen, “BIM Best Practices—A Rapid Fire Review of Industry Metrics and Trends,” Journal of Build- ing Information Modeling, National Institute of Building Sciences, buildingSMART alliance, Washington, D.C., Spring 2010. McCuen, T., P. Suermann, and M. Krogulecki, “Evaluating Award Winning BIM Projects Using the National Building Infor- mation Model Standard Capability Maturity Model,” Journal of Management in Engineering, Vol. 28, No. 2, April 2012. Montaser, A. and O. Moselhi, RFID and BIM for Automated Progress Reporting, Gerontechnology, ACE International Trans- actions, Vol. 11, No. 1, 2012, p. 187. Nursal, A.T., et al., “Case Study Methodology of DSS Development for BIM Software Selection in Construction Industry,” American–Eurasian Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, Vol. 8, No. 3, 2014, pp. 81–85. Rajendran, S.B., “Building Information Modeling Safety Benefits & Opportunities,” Professional Safety, Vol. 56, Vol. 10, 2011, pp. 44. Reina, P., “U.K.’s BIM Mandate Driving Major Shift in Digital Tools Adoption,” ENR (Engineering News-Record), Vol. 271, No. 25, 2013. Ribeiro, J.T.G., et al., “Building Information Modeling as a Tool for the Design of Airports,” Innovations in Computing Sci- ences and Software Engineering, 2010. Suermann, P. and T. McCuen, “AIA-TAP BIM Repeat Award Winners: Strengths and Opportunities according to the NBIMS I-CMM,” Journal of Building Information Modeling, National Institute of Building Sciences, buildingSMART alliance, Fall 2009. Suermann, P., B. Giel, and T. McCuen, Minimum BIM, 2nd Ed., U.S. National BIM Standard version 3, Washington, D.C., 2014, proposed revision.

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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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