The creation of common virtual building models requires joint effort and close collaboration by all actors providing design in the construction project. In this respect, there is a need for actors to coordinate design activities and to synchronize their cooperative activities towards using a shared information system. However, finding a common modus operandi for Building Information Modeling (BIM) requires actors to overcome tensions arising from conflicting organizational interests and their distinct organizational backgrounds (Gal et al. 2008). Moreover, the use of a shared information system is governed by power resource dependencies, the individual actor’s ICT capability and the significance attributed to the technology by the actors (Lyytinen & Damsgaard 2011).