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Manchester Town Hall transformation programme: the use of BIM in a major heritage refurbishment project

This paper discusses the use of BIM on the £145M re-modelling and refurbishment of Manchester Central Library and Town Hall Extension. We believe this is the first time BIM has been implemented on such a large project of this type and demonstrates Manchester City Council’s clear commitment to deliver all projects in this way, in line with UK Government policy.

Author(s): J. McNally, R. McDonough and P. Brindle (URS)