Construction permit issuance is considered one indicator to measure a country's business. Applying for digital building permits seeks to increase the ease of doing business. Still, over time the performance of the permit process must continue to be improved to increase competition in the ease of doing business between countries and encourage the level of foreign investment. Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology can enhance digital building permits. A quantitative method, based on the partial least squares structural equation modelling, was used to verify the proposed hypotheses. The findings display four process stages of building permits in the form of consultations, zoning assessments, technical recommendations and building assessments that affect the permit time performance. Two significant BIM features to implement in the permit process are 3D model visualization and automated code checking.
|E3S Web of Conferences
|Published - 26 Jul 2023
|2023 International Conference on Sustainable Technologies in Civil and Environmental Engineering, ICSTCE 2023 - Pune, India
Duration: 15 Jun 2023 → 16 Jun 2023