The increasingly effective managing of risks in construction projects requires the stakeholders to collaborate, resulting in the need to integrate the use of Building Information Modelling (BIM) to mitigate the risks in project collaboration. Our understanding of strategic planning of BIM adoption amidst a pandemic is still limited, and it is widely accepted that COVID-19 is a long-term pandemic that require a constant and innovative range of mitigation approaches to protect public health. The significant construction advances emphasize remote work and digital tools that assist in the project’s on-time completion. A fully digitalized approach is necessary for service continuity and rapid processing, particularly during a pandemic. Therefore, this study develops an adaptive digital collaboration framework based on Cloud-Based BIM technology to reduce risks while increasing workplace productivity and mobility. It resulted in a new way of managing the project information, enhancing the design team collaboration, and transforming 2D plans into 3D models. It integrates information to take a building through a virtual construction process long before it is completed, and each team member has access to the most up-to-date and current project information.
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