|Title||The VDC Scorecard: Evaluation of AEC Projects and Industry Trends|
|Publication Type||Working Paper|
|Authors||Kam, C., D. Senaratna, Y. Xiao, and B. McKinney|
|Year of Publication||2013|
The VDC Scorecard was created to provide AEC professionals with a holistic, quantitative, practical and adaptive approach to evaluate and track VDC performance. The scoring covers the four major Areas of VDC Planning, Adoption, Technology and Performance, and the overall score is measured on a percentage scale that reflects the project performance relative to the industry’s practice. As current research is primarily based on case-studies and anecdotal findings, data-based understand of VDC performance and related factors is a major drawback. Hence, the motivation for this paper was the need to understand evolving VDC performance and adoption patterns, based on a verifiable data-collection.
The writers would like to thank acknowledge the contribution of the following individuals as former CIFE researchers: Min Song, Julian Gonsalves, Catherine Aglibert, Ella Sung, Justin Oldfield, Richard Tsai, Anthony Zara, Rith Yoeun, Michelle Kim, Ali Ghaemmaghami and Linda Brown. The writers would also like to acknowledge the input of the students who enrolled in CEE 212 and CEE 259 at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering of Stanford University in 2010, 2011 and 2012.
|Keywords||Benchmarking, Key Performance Indicators, Planning, VDC, Virtual Design and Construction|
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