Over the past decades, there has been a growing interest of the construction sector in using Building Information Models (BIM) as a consequence of potential benefits and resource savings. BIM adoption is growing fast and is becoming mandatory or at least recommended in several countries, especially when dealing with public procurement . The vast majority of scientific knowledge focuses on the the construction process (programming and design). However, current research shows that a new, innovative types of BIM can be used in many other daily works in sustainable construction sector.
Speech entitled "New application of BIM and factors determining business model for the innovative IT tool" was given by Przemysław Dana and Dawid Krysinski from ASM during Sustainable Places 2016 conference in Anglet, France (29 June - 1 July). This year at SP'16 there were approximately 150 guests, comprising 13 workshops, 10 conference track sessions and several pilot site visits, live demonstrations, poster contributions, keynotes, and networking events. The SP’16 event was also selected as an official "Energy Day," part of the growing European Union Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) series of events.