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Wednesday September 3rd, 2014


Everything there is to know about BIM

Every summer, we’ve shared excerpts from the book Construire avant de construire (Build before building), which was put together by Bouygues Construction. Remember the book’s three key ideas and demonstrate your BIM expertise! 1. Once BIM has been adopted, there is no going back to old ways of designing, constructing and operating projects. 2. By […]

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