The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 91 (2013) > Issues > Issue 11 > Working with existing structures in a model environment
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Working with existing structures in a model environment

To date, the focus of BIM imlementation has largely been on new build projects. This has been primarily due to the difficulties of accurately capturing and processing digital information on existing assets. Hence, one of the main challenges for the use of digital surveys in construction, is how to economically add good quaility information.

Author(s): A. Bassett and C. Brookes (Ramboll)