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Jumping in at the deep end: how a small company applied BIM to a huge project

The desire of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation was to create a new educational and cultural destination for the city of Athens. From the beginning, the design team shared their desire to make these buildings something special. However, it was clear that to deliver a project of this quality, a truly collaborative approach was required, and with the geographical separation of the team, this process would need to be managed in a way that would not just compensate for the separation, but would go beyond the current industry standard.

Author(s): A. Maccioni, J. Keen, A. Weir and P. Winslow (Expedition Engineering)