Building Information Modelling (BIM) obviously is an innovation to Sri Lankan industry. Construction industry is known to be generally poor in adoption of newest technologies and associated processes. Perceptions on new ideas, especially those perceptions of negative nature, can significantly affect the potential adoption of these new ideas. In case of BIM, the expected change due to adoption of the new technologies and processes is not simple. Adopting BIM is often identified as a paradigm shift. In this context, the impact of negative perceptions about BIM adoption could have severe impact. Accordingly, a study was conducted on ‘Perceived Negative Effects on Project Stakeholders from Adopting BIM’ focusing on Sri Lankan context.