Eight-stage guide to implementing BIM on a project

Author: D. Reed (Trimble Solutions UK Ltd)

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3 July 2017

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Eight-stage guide to implementing BIM on a project

The Structural Engineer
Eight-stage guide to implementing BIM on a project
Date published

3 July 2017

Author

D. Reed (Trimble Solutions UK Ltd)

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Members/Subscribers: Free

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D. Reed (Trimble Solutions UK Ltd)

Six years since the UK government announced its BIM mandate, large parts of the industry are still getting to grips with what this really means to their business. Duncan Reed guides readers through the key stages, documents, terminology and, above all, processes that are ‘Level 2 BIM’.

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Format:
PDF
Pages:
3
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Professional Guidance Issue 7

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