Alternative project delivery methods (APDM) have emerged as a result of increasing project complexity, the need for fasted project delivery, and the benefits of stakeholder integration in the construction industry. APDM require rigorous collaborative effort to get information adequately flowing between project stakeholders to maximize the potential benefits. Innovative technologies such as building information modeling (BIM) were developed in part to cater to information communication challenges. However, there is a need to understand the impact of BIM on APDM projects, and how both can be used jointly to improve the overall delivery of a project. This research was conducted by collecting secondary-data through reviewing case studies of 15 completed APDM projects that have utilized BIM. The benefit reported with the highest frequency was visualization and simulation. The drawback reported with the highest frequency was software/technological issues. The sample size of this study may not be representative of the construction industry as a whole; however, this study serves as a valuable starting point for future research that may be conducted on this topic. The main contribution of this exploratory study is the identification of 20 distinctive key benefits and four drawbacks for the application of BIM on APDM projects.