Book review: BIM for Construction Clients

Author: S. Buckley

Date published

1st August 2016

First published: 1st August 2016

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Book review: BIM for Construction Clients

The Structural Engineer
Book review: BIM for Construction Clients
Date published

1st August 2016

First published

1st August 2016

Author

S. Buckley

Price

Free

Access Resource

This thorough guide will make a useful primer for clients, and indeed engineers, who are starting out in the world of BIM, believes Steve Buckley.

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Format:
PDF
Pages:
1
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Issue 8

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