AbstractBuilding information modeling (BIM) is well-known for improving the efficiency of the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industries. Currently, the support for web displays using web graphics library (WebGL) technology in BIM has gained popularity. To address issues of insufficient display for airport pavements by two-dimensional (2D) methods and the huge amount of data storage requirements for large-scale BIM scenes, this paper presents a visualization method for differential expressions for airport pavement quality on web-based three-dimensional (3D) models combined with Revit and Three.js software. An airport is used as an example to discuss the effects of quality displays by integrating BIM and WebGL. The results indicate that Revit software has good adaptability in establishing an airport pavement model, and the BIM browser can display the quality of the airport pavement intuitively, displaying such parameters as pavement condition index (PCI), cracking, and patching. These findings provide compelling evidence for 3D displaying and rendering of quality conditions for transportation infrastructure. Moreover, this research suggests that this approach is effective in improving the information and intelligence levels of the Airport Pavement Management System (APMS).