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Challenges in implementing BIM: Singapore Sports Hub - a case study

Lower fees and greater competition are forcing the industry to look at better ways of working. BIM provides the most significant opportunity to transform the design and construction industry. The Singapore Sports Hub complex is currently being constructed on a 35ha area of land located on the original site of the National Stadium in Kallang, Singapore. This paper analyses the current issues surrounding BIM, using the Singapore Sports Hub project as a case study, comparing it with current trends from industry and the literature.

Author(s): M. Wash (Arup)