The aim of the capstone experience is for learners to bring together the knowledge gained in all previous modules by undertaking a task that addresses a current, BIMM-related, and possibly ill-defined, problem or issue that is based in practice.

The learner is responsible for identifying the problem, investigating possible solutions by critically analysing the existing body of knowledge as reported in academic and professional sources, designing and implementing a reliable solution, rigorously analysing and evaluating the success of the solution, and reporting the results to a professional standard. The Capstone paper is the final outcome of this experience.

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Submissions from 2019

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An Analytical Comparison of BIM based MEP Design v s Traditional 2D Design , with BIM Level 2 Implementation Considerations, BIM TUDublin and Tomas Brett

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Potential Use of a Light P AS 1192 2 standard for Local Authorities in Ireland, BIM TUDublin and Rosanna Camargo

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The Automation of BIM for Project Information Formation, Creation, Verification and Validation: a Visual Programming Approach., BIM TUDublin and Sean Colley

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An Investigation into Irish Clients understanding of the Capabilities of Building Information Modelling and their Role within a Construction Project, BIM TUDublin and Brian Kennedy

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An Investigation Into Current Procurement Strategies That Promote Collaboration Through Early Contractor Involvement With Regards to Their Suitability for Irish Public Work Projects, BIM TUDublin and Frederic Lefebvre

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Overcoming Resistance To BIM: Aligning A Change Management Method with A BIM Implementation Strategy, BIM TUDublin and Sarah MacLoughlin

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The Potential Impact of BIM on Early Design Stages of Residential Apartment Construction in Ireland: a Computational Design Approach, BIM TUDublin and Joe McNally

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An Evaluation of BIM for the Water Sector in Ireland, BIM TUDublin and Paul Murphy

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Incentivising Multidisciplinary Teams With New Methods of Procurement Using BIM + Blockchain, BIM TUDublin and Alan O'Reilly

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The Post-Occupancy Digital Twin: a Quantitative Report on Data Standardisation and Dynamic Building Performance Evaluation, BIM TUDublin and Jonathan Rogers

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A Critical Appraisal of the Potential for Public Works Contracts’ and Design-build Clients in Ireland to Leverage Benefits From BIM Processes, BIM TUDublin and Trina Turner

Submissions from 2018

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Assessing the Synthesis of BIM Technology and Irish Construction Sector Health and Safety: Using 3D Immersive Environments to Improve Awareness of Risks and Hazards on Building Sites, BIM TUDublin and Ray Coote

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Housebuilding & BIM, BIM TUDublin and Diarmuid Curtain

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A Critical Review of the Requirements of Quantity Surveyors for Collaborative BIM Engagement and Success, BIM TUDublin and Mary Flynn

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Can the Application of the Visual Programme Tool Dynamo Assist in Streamlining Current COBie Requirements for Design Professionals, BIM TUDublin and Richard Kenna

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A Critical Examination on the Ability of BIM-based Software to Provide a More Accurate Building Energy Rating (BER) for New Dwellings in Ireland When Compared Against the DEAP Software, BIM TUDublin and Brian Meegan

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What is a BIM Design Model?, BIM TUDublin and James Peters