Typrumsklassificering inom CoClass- En prisanalys
Sammanfattning: Purpose: The construction industry loses a total of SEK 60 billion annually in the absence of communication. Svensk Byggtjänst has recently released CoClass, which is a new classification system for the construction industry. CoClass is considered to be the solution for the lack of communication and will eventually phase out the existing BSAB96 classification system. CoClass is a modern classification system and is adapted for digital information management. CoClass focuses on buildings' full life cycles, instead of production only as BSAB96 does. This gives rise to many benefits for the end user of the information. The digitization also gives rise to other uses. In order to deepen the knowledge of this system the goal was to compare the advantages of CoClass with BSAB96. In what areas can the system be used and what does it take to fully implement it in the field of work. Method: This final thesis work has contained several methods, also known as method-triangulation, to achieve the goals set up in the beginning of the work. Selected methods for carrying out this work are to work with a case study, where document analysis of published information about CoClass, literature studies about theories regarding the subject, calculations of the cost in real projects and supplementary interviews with the leading actors within the process of developing CoClass are included. Findings: The construction industry is an industry known for its conservative actions, which will also be reflected in the implementation of CoClass. Customers can however claim CoClass as a default in projects which will speed this up. CoClass brings many advantages and will be used in the future with ease. The benefits that the system brings to users varies between actors, but on the other hand, it is possible for everyone in the construction process to utilize benefits in their own niche. Implications: CoClass is a system that is not fully developed at the moment (2018) and therefore has few minor shortcomings. The fact that not more companies have implemented the system in their organizations is mainly due to a more final version, especially when their project "AMA function" has been completed and evaluated. Limitations: This final thesis work only corresponds to the versions of CoClass released in February 2018. The limitations set at the beginning of the work around the analyzed typing rooms discussed more specifically what inside the room would be calculated. The work has focused most around the leading actors within CoClass, which should have the most knowledge about the area. They have mostly been the subject to get information about their implementation-strategies and what they think is needed for it to happen. Keywords: CoClass, BSAB96, Implementation, Classification, BIM, ICT.
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