Purpose: Audit of the requirements for construction project regulations in DKI Jakarta is still conducted conventionally (paper and CAD based) which requires a long time, resource intensive, different interpretations of the regulations, the process of revised repetitive, the process of tracking difficult requirements, inaccurate and not transparent, and has significant time and cost implications. Examination of conventional requirements causes that there are still many buildings in DKI Jakarta that have not yet met the technical requirements requested for building completion and public dissatisfaction. Automatic requirements checking is possible when the computer representation of the product data model (Product Data Model (PDM)) is integrated with the Legal Knowledge Model (LKM) as input for data processing systems or machines with algorithmic procedures as Compliant Design Processes (CDP) to produce an accurate automatic regulatory check report. Methodology: The Building Model developed in Building Information Making (BIM) is made as a building representation. The scope of building technical requirements based on BIM is managed dynamically using Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) in one database that is validated by the Government and can be applied by planners in any planning. This research uses the BIM model and develops a WBS-based Information System with a BIM application. Results: The scope of requirements can be managed by decomposition of work known as Work Breakdown Structure to produce a BIM component that will be subject to regulatory requirements checking. The ability of the BIM can produce building models that can be subject to audit of regulatory requirements. Examination of regulatory requirements can be carried out at each stage of developing the BIM model according to the level of detail of the BIM object. Examination of regulatory requirements can be carried out independently by planners at each stage by using a Web-based Information System developed in the BIM format that has been validated by the Government. Applications/Originality/Value: By grouping requirements based on the stages of development of the BIM model, it will maximize the fulfillment of the requirements at each stage so as to reduce the risk of redesign while at the same time increasing the fulfillment of the technical requirements of the building.
|Journal||Journal of Physics: Conference Series|
|Publication status||Published - 22 Apr 2021|
|Event||7th International Conference on Engineering, Technology, and Industrial Application, ICETIA 2020 - Virtual, Online, Indonesia|
Duration: 8 Dec 2020 → 9 Dec 2020