Analysis of the Application of BIM Technology in the Quality Management of Assembly Type Residential Construction Project

Jiarui Luo


The rapid development of China's information technology and our various industries, the development of China's construction industry is also very fast. At present, there is a large space for improvement in the quality management of assembly building projects, and it is of great significance to build a set of quality management system to meet the construction of assembly building projects, which is important for the smooth and rapid development of assembly building. The core idea of BIM technology lies in the management of informationization by transforming the physical construction works into informationized models. During the continuous development of China's modern construction industry, it has objectively promoted the optimization and improvement of technical processes in the engineering field, especially under the background of information technology, and has also derived more advanced technologies. BIM technology is an important technology in the construction field. In the process of applying BIM technology to assembled buildings, it can be effectively modeled according to the building situation, and then the problems existing in the project can be analyzed and refined, so as to accelerate the solution of various problems and ensure the safety and stability of the project. This paper addresses the shortcomings of quality management of assembly construction projects, relies on the advantages of BIM technology in informatization and synergization, explores its application in the quality management of assembly construction projects, and evaluates its application effect, with a view to providing a reference for other similar projects relying on BIM technology for quality management, and further promoting the development of China's assembly construction.

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