Determination of Stakeholder's BIM Maturity

Use Case Definition

Aim and scope

The main aim of the use case is to give guidance to stakeholders regarding BIM implementation in renovation projects based on their respective level of BIM maturity. This is achieved through an online tool that guides the stakeholders to BIM use cases that are tailored to their respective level of BIM maturity. The overall benefit of using the tool lies in time and costs savings due to the better-informed user who can make appropriate decisions on their BIM usage.

Project Group

  • planen-bauen 4.0 GmbH



The documents reflect the current best practice and do not claim to be complete. They should not to be understood in the sense of a generally valid recommendation or guideline from a legal point of view. The documents are intended to support appointing and appointed parties in the application of the BIM method. The documents must be adapted to the specific project requirements in each case. The examples listed do not claim to be complete. Its information is based on findings from practical experience and is accordingly to be understood as best practice and not universally applicable. Since we are in a phase in which definitions are only emerging, the publisher cannot guarantee the correctness of individual contents.

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  • Document Type : Use Case
  • GUID : 8F515D3F-DD69-437D-B973-15F93564E99A
  • Identifier : BIMSpeed_UC19_PB40
  • Life Cycle Stage : ISO 22263
  • Revision : -
  • Project Status : Approved
  • Maturity level : Outlook
  • Use Case: In Progress
  • Processes: In Progress
  • ER: In Progress
  • Published on: Aug 31, 2022
  • Last change: Sep 1, 2022
  • Publisher: BIM Speed
  • Author: Cooke, Josephine

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