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BIM et Rénovation : modélisation systémique de la transition numergétique en gestion de patrimoine immobilier

Abstract : The energy and digital transitions of the construction sector and built environment appear as two major sociotechnical transitions of our century. This thesis aims to study their mutual impacts and the consequences of their meeting on the overall performance of the renovated building stock. The MACARON model (Cost-Benefit Analysis Model of Digital-Oriented Renovation) presented in this work considers four spatial scales assimilated to four potential scales of numergetic decision / action: i) the user [NANO]; ii) the homogeneous building / estate as technical object [MICRO]; iii) the managerial cell of the organization [MESO]; iv) the heterogeneous urban estate as technical object [MACRO] and four cross-cutting disciplines i) energy performance; ii) digital deployment; (iii) financial capacity; iv) human resources. In current progress, only the MICRO and MESO scales are subject to development and analysis. Using system dynamics, our contribution includes identifying the interactions between energy performance and digital deployment. This work provides the design and construction modeling stages of our complex system and the exploitation of the model. That includes the construction of contrasting alternatives of the managing organization numergetic strategy and the evaluation of their respective performance in improving the estate.
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Laura Burneau. BIM et Rénovation : modélisation systémique de la transition numergétique en gestion de patrimoine immobilier. Réhabilitation. Université de Lyon, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019LYSET012⟩. ⟨tel-02481081⟩

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