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EFCA launches guidelines to help project managers optimise the use of ISO 19650

02 July 2019

Using 3D modelling software, layering it with data, and working very closely with all partners in construction and engineering projects is critical if European companies are to survive in the challenging and rapidly changing market.

Building information modelling (BIM) is a digital information management approach. It means a more efficient use of resources, more effective communications and therefore collaboration within the partnership, greater flexibility and improved long-term planning.

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Future Trends in the Consulting Engineering Industry (May 2019)
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EFCA Booklet 'BIM and ISO 19650 from a project management perspective'
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Future Trends in the Consulting Engineering Industry (June 2018)

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