Cultural Heritage is increasingly threatened with destruction not only by traumatic events, but also by rapidly changing social and economic scenarios, which consider the reuse of existing buildings in the same way as building preservation. Thanks to both the technological maturity and increased accessibility of ICT tools, the current digitalization of the building sector has brought about a way to increase the resilience capacity of cultural heritage. Moreover, the interoperability of systems and the new ways of sharing competences, among all the players involved, has lead to awareness of existing cultural heritage assets and risk factors related to transformation processes in the built environment. Consequently, it is possible to identify sustainable maintenance and enhancement strategies to make the preservation effective. The current “BIMtoB Academy” research project focuses on an impact assessment of BIM-based digitization in the construction sector for existing building project management. The study is based on the application of Integrated Project Delivery Methods (IPD) in order to define, among the Universities, enterprises, real estate asset managers and Public Administrations involved, tailor-made information with different levels of detail and representation according to the type of intervention. Diagnostic analysis, safety, maintenance and an inclusive approach for the project are certainly emerging as key findings in order to drive more effective results.

Increasing resilience of Cultural Heritage Assets: the “BIMtoB Academy” project

Balzani M.;Raco F.
;
Zaffagnini T.
2018

Abstract

Cultural Heritage is increasingly threatened with destruction not only by traumatic events, but also by rapidly changing social and economic scenarios, which consider the reuse of existing buildings in the same way as building preservation. Thanks to both the technological maturity and increased accessibility of ICT tools, the current digitalization of the building sector has brought about a way to increase the resilience capacity of cultural heritage. Moreover, the interoperability of systems and the new ways of sharing competences, among all the players involved, has lead to awareness of existing cultural heritage assets and risk factors related to transformation processes in the built environment. Consequently, it is possible to identify sustainable maintenance and enhancement strategies to make the preservation effective. The current “BIMtoB Academy” research project focuses on an impact assessment of BIM-based digitization in the construction sector for existing building project management. The study is based on the application of Integrated Project Delivery Methods (IPD) in order to define, among the Universities, enterprises, real estate asset managers and Public Administrations involved, tailor-made information with different levels of detail and representation according to the type of intervention. Diagnostic analysis, safety, maintenance and an inclusive approach for the project are certainly emerging as key findings in order to drive more effective results.
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Digital documentation, Construction management, Cultural Heritage, Resilience
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