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Application of BIM Technology in the Teaching of Construction Project Management in Universities

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DOI: 10.25236/iceesr.2024.011


Li Ling

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Li Ling


This article delves into the current state of construction project management education in universities alongside the emergence and utilization of BIM (Building Information Modeling) technology. It underscores BIM's crucial role in fostering students' hands-on skills and creative thinking. Aiming to enhance educational quality and align with students' professional aspirations, this article outlines the objective of integrating BIM into construction project management instruction. Methodologically, the article identifies gaps in existing teaching practices and content, taking into account student needs and expectations. It then crafts a curriculum that seamlessly blends BIM technology into construction project management coursework. During implementation, emphasis is placed on seamlessly intertwining pre-class preparations, in-class instruction, and post-class guidance to ensure BIM's effective incorporation. The findings reveal that incorporating BIM technology into university-level construction project management instruction notably elevates educational quality, bolsters students' practical abilities and innovative thinking, and establishes a strong foundation for their future careers. This study carries significant theoretical and practical importance, paving the way for advancements and innovations in construction project management education within universities.


Construction project management; Teaching; Building Information Modeling