Rakennusvalvonta digitaalisen muutoksen pyörteessä
Research output: Book/Report › Doctoral thesis › Monograph
|Publisher||Tampereen teknillinen yliopisto|
|Number of pages||209|
|Publication status||Published - 19 Oct 2018|
|Publication type||G4 Doctoral dissertation (monograph)|
|Name||Tampereen teknillinen yliopisto. Julkaisu|
The methodological approach to the research is mixed-methodological. The research consists of literature research, theme interviewing, questionnaire research with case and process modelling of building supervision. Literature research focused on England, Singapore, Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Finland. The thematic interviewers and those who participated in the survey were Finnish building supervision experts from different levels. The strength of the research questionnaire survey is the location of the respondents on the map of Finland as a whole.
Based on the literature study, building supervision and other building authority activities in Europe are seeking for efficiency in processes through legislation, technology (BIM) and outsourcing. However, formal approval is still required for construction supervision particular in the deployment of buildings. The use of these for the development of e-model of building supervision has practically been virtually non-existent and international research has been very limited and focused only on some specific issues. The scientific contribution of research is the e-business model of building supervision, which includes this development from the perspectives of concepts, operating model and resources. The results are based on estimates made by the experts of the Finnish building inspectorate. Thus multidimensional research on building control in the digital vortex has not been done before.
The gained key conclusions propose that along with the digital vortex there are the needs of change management and strong public authorities' support accompanied by the common operating models. In the case of building supervision, the tasks of the building authority could be divided into two different operating units: building permits and building quality control. The building authority should name the change agents responsible for BIM in Building supervision. “COBIM Part 14 Utilising BIM in Building Supervision”, content should be refined. Construction law should include a compulsory BIM as an IFC standard as part of building construction. Copyright law, on the other hand, proposes to include a model of license models for BIM. These key conclusions should focus and develop them in a qualitative way to increase the efficiency of building supervision and to enable qualitative equality in Finland.