How the UK transportation sector can achieve net carbon zero using building information modelling
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AbstractThe United Kingdom (UK) Transportation Sector (TS) does not currently align with the governments’ wider Net Carbon Zero (NCZ) approach. The Architecture, Engineering and Consulting (AEC) industries are anticipating strong growth over the coming decades and require more modern, digital approaches to design and planning to help reduce carbon emissions as well as improving carbon across project lifecycles. Building Information Modelling (BIM) processes are still seen to be in an infancy stage with regards to implementation on TS projects across the UK. However, The UK Governments BIM mandate has encouraged and increase the utilisation of BIM within the TS with studies demonstrating the positive effects BIM has by improving workflows efficiency, early identification of carbon hotspots within a project and more accurate understand of where design efficiencies can lead to a reduction in carbon emission. The purpose of this paper is to understand the current usage of BIM within the UKs TS and how general BIM practises and workflows can help contribute towards the NCZ approach, echoed by the UK Government. A systematic Literature Review approach has been conducted with the research question formed deriving from the Population, Intervention, Comparison and Outcome (PICO) system. In addition to this, inclusion and exclusion criteria to screen irrelevant information and help streamline research documents. After screening the relevant information, 18 pieces of literature reviewed were reviewed and helped identify six key drivers within this review such as Carbon reduction and BIM, BIM in Transportation Design, BIM uptake and usage in Transportation, BIM in Transportation Construction and Digital Twins and BIM. The conclusion of this review suggests uptake in of BIM in the TS is low in relation to other sectors and further research is required to demonstrate the potential for BIM workflows to help further align the TS with the UKs NCZ policy.
CitationManifold, J., Renukappa, S., Suresh, S. and Georgakis, P. (in press) How the UK transportation sector can achieve net carbon zero using building information modelling. British Academy of Management Conference Proceedings. 31st August-2nd September, Alliance Manchester Business School.
PublisherBritish Academy of Management
DescriptionThis is a paper that has been accepted for publication in the conference proceedings of the BAM2022 Conference, 31st August-2nd September, 2022, Alliance Manchester Business School.
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