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Monday June 4th, 2018

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The Nord Deux Sèvres Hospital (CHNDS) : a pilot worksite for digital modelling

A month ago, over 2,000 people came to visit it and discover its entrance hall, buildings, emergency room and imaging centre. Today, this brand new Nord Deux-Sèvres hospital welcomed its first patient. Let’s take a look back at one of our most technologically advanced worksites in terms of digital modelling.

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