Building maintenance establishes the set of procedures that aim for preventing wear and decay over time while keeping expected requirements during the planning/design phase. Considering the whole life cycle of the building and its following phases from conception until its disposal, the management phase is certainly the most complicated. This is in part due to insufficient data organization which should be made during design and together with it and also include all the necessary information for maintenance of the work. The planning of maintenance works relating to architectural and monumental heritage is particularly difficult. This topic is of primary interest especially in recent years due to the increasing awareness about the recovery of historical and cultural heritage aimed at its use; particular attention to the management of the maintenance programs is also required when the good takes on the characteristics of the monument. In this context the use of the method BIM and related software is an implementable approach for the simultaneous achievement of two objectives: on the one hand to organize the archive of historical data regarding the work, on the other hand, the progressive integration of the archive with information useful for the planning of maintenance actions. The paper describes a research aimed at evaluating the potential use of BIM methodology for the planning and control of maintenance works on construction components that belong to monumental buildings. In particular, the results are showed on some case studies.
|Titolo:||Use of BIM for the planning of maintenance actions in a historical-monumental building|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|