In this special issue, we want to address the impact of management elements, rather than the technology aspects, on the performance of BIM projects. Advancements in software and hardware technologies have been the main drivers of deployment and development of building information modeling (BIM). However, we have witnessed that the outcomes of projects differ greatly depending on how these technologies are used.
Are you currently looking at any of the non-technology issues that impact the successful implementation of BIM? Authors are invited to submit original and unpublished submissions in the following topics with a quantitative and in-depth analysis of the impact on the performance of a BIM project.
Why contribute to Construction Management and Economics?
- Your article will be published in a widely read and cited journal indexed in over 40 abstracting and indexing databases including, Scopus, Architectural Publications Index and Zetoc, enabling you to effectively contribute to the development of the research area
- Your research will be validated by a robust double-blind peer review process
- You can share you research using our open access options
- You can follow the impact of your research using My Authored Works
What can I contribute?
- Legal and contractual issues
- Education and training
- Inter- and cross-enterprise organization
- Social interaction of project team
- Security of BIM implementation
- Intellectual property and copyright
- Lean implementation of BIM
- Collaboration techniques (including owner)
- BIM service fee structures
- Other management issues related to BIM
Extended abstracts should not exceed 1000 words possibly with a figure or a table that can illustrate key findings. Full papers should normally be 4,000-10,000 words in length. Particularly, the authors are encouraged to articulate the contributions of their work to both the academia and the industry.
All submissions including extended abstracts will be managed electronically. Further guidance and information for authors can be found at the following web address: www.tandfonline.com/action/authorSubmission?journalCode=RCME&page=instructions
To expedite the review process, it is divided into two steps: review of extended abstracts and full papers. The focus of the review of extended abstracts will be on the topic, the research method, findings, and contributions to academia and industry.
- Solicitation for extended abstracts: September 11, 2017
- Extended abstract deadline: November 31, 2017
- Abstract acceptance decision: January 15, 2018
- Submission deadline for full papers: April 30, 2018
- Notification to authors for the first round of review: June 30, 2018
- Deadline for revised paper submission: September 30, 2018
- Revised papers reviewed and accepted: December 31, 2018
- Publication: Early 2019
- Guest Editor: Ghang Lee, Department of Architecture & Architectural Engineering, Yonsei University, Seoul, Republic of Korea (email@example.com)
- Guest Editor: Paul Teicholz, Department of Civil and Environment Engineering, Stanford University (emeritus) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Guest Editor: Andre Borrmann, Chair of Computational Modeling and Simulation, Leonhard Obermeyer Center, Technical University of Munich (email@example.com)