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Integrating BIM and gaming to support building operation: the case of a new hospital
Moving into a new hospital requires healthcare professionals to adapt to a new work environment. Workflows, processes, and competencies become obsolete and need to be tailored for the new hospital. This paper explores a ...
Reasons to the low use of self-consolidating concrete in Norway
(Norsk Betongforening, 2017)
According to several research papers, self-consolidating concrete (SCC) should be able to offer advantages over conventional vibrated concrete (CVC) [1 - 3 ] . Nevertheless, in Norway SCC has a relatively low market ...
Enhancing learning outcomes by introducing BIM in civil engineering studies – experiences from a university college in Norway
(WIT Press, 2018)
It is a challenge to introduce building information modeling (BIM), as demanded from the industry, in an already packed curriculum for higher engineering education. There is therefore a need for alternative ways to include ...
Serious games as a virtual training ground for relocation to a new healthcare facility
Purpose – This paper aims to enquire into how building information modelling (BIM) and gaming can be integrated to support professionals in their learning about the spatial layout of a new building. This knowledge is ...
Investigating ‘Green BIM’ in a Norwegian construction project: an institutional theory perspective
(WIT Press, 2015)
Building Information Modelling (BIM) is catching on as the preferred tool in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry. However, the models are seldom used for simulations such as energy calculations ...