Promising Directions for the Development of BIM Technologies in Ukraine on Its Way to European Integration

  • A. I. Bielova
  • N. Y. ZhuravskaEmail author
  • A. Y. Kochedikova
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering book series (LNCE, volume 73)


The current state of the construction market in Ukraine is characterized by a small, but still booming, signaling shifts in economic development, application of new approaches and mechanisms both in the management of construction projects and works. The article considers a fundamentally new approach for Ukraine—the use of BIM technologies—which goes beyond the design and is inseparably used for the production, operation and diagnostics of buildings, and serves as cluster of information in interaction between building systems, models of their degradation in real conditions, ergonomics data, ecology in exploitation and recycling, i.e., the creation of the Digital City.


BIM technologies Design Construction Construction market Innovative development Buildings Structures 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.“Institute of Innovation Education” of Kyiv, National University of Construction and ArchitectureKievUkraine
  2. 2.Kyiv National University of Construction and ArchitectureKievUkraine
  3. 3.Boryspil Institute of Municipal Management at the Interregional Academy of Personnel ManagementKyiv RegionUkraine

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