Building lifecycle management

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Building lifecycle management or BLM is the adaptation of product lifecycle management (PLM)-like techniques to the design, construction, and management of buildings. Building lifecycle management requires accurate and extensive building information modeling (BIM).

Life-cycle management of the built environment requires a standardized ontology and the integration of disparate competencies, technologies, and processes. While BIM information is required, 3D visualization it not.[citation needed]



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