The way information was managed in projects in the past wasn't adequate for the complexity of Crossrail.The complexity of the project places pressure on management to better understand how to identify, select, measure and report on multiple, integrated metrics.
The ultimate purpose of metrics is not to provide more information but to provide the right information to the right person at the right time. Building Information Management (BIM) has been recognised as a way forward and was implemented across the Crossrail project.
This paper identifies the BIM metrics used to measure the effectiveness of the creation of information by suppliers and would be relevant to BIM specialists/project information managers on any major project.
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