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Building Collapse in Nigeria: A Review and Delivery of the Future Using Big Data & IOT


 

Building collapse in Nigeria is alarming and indeed has become a subject of great concern. Many iconic structures now popping all over the developed countries from skyscrapers to bridges are mostly design and built now using BIM (building information modeling) transforming the Architects, Engineers, builders and the construction industry at large. Delivery the future requires moving with the changing dynamics, establishing objective approach using big Data and IOT (Internet of Things) to provide services at its utmost quality. Regulatory bodies and agency can share real time 24/7 data evaluation on its facilities visualizing instant inspection results with gap easily ascertained and timely addressed. This indeed will bring a huge difference on how we deliver services, hence keeping pace with the ever-changing customer expectations and the evolving environmental concern. This research has attributed the incessant building collapsed to regulation, monitoring and enforcement inadequacy. This can be devastating if the right measures are not in place. The inflexibility can be enhanced using technology bringing ease of operational scaling and organization processes to optimize regulatory compliance, driven efficiency, automation and collaboration across board. This effort is a rare piece in this direction thus adding value to the research world.

 


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Building collapse, strategy shift, performance, excellence, sustainability
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Building collapse in Nigeria is alarming and indeed has become a subject of great concern. Many iconic structures now popping all over the developed countries from skyscrapers to bridges are mostly design and built now using BIM (building information modeling) transforming the Architects, Engineers, builders and the construction industry at large. Delivery the future requires moving with the changing dynamics, establishing objective approach using big Data and IOT (Internet of Things) to provide services at its utmost quality. Regulatory bodies and agency can share real time 24/7 data evaluation on its facilities visualizing instant inspection results with gap easily ascertained and timely addressed. This indeed will bring a huge difference on how we deliver services, hence keeping pace with the ever-changing customer expectations and the evolving environmental concern. This research has attributed the incessant building collapsed to regulation, monitoring and enforcement inadequacy. This can be devastating if the right measures are not in place. The inflexibility can be enhanced using technology bringing ease of operational scaling and organization processes to optimize regulatory compliance, driven efficiency, automation and collaboration across board. This effort is a rare piece in this direction thus adding value to the research world.

 


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Building collapse, strategy shift, performance, excellence, sustainability