BIM for Civil and Structural Engineers

| December 4, 2017

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Civil and Structural Engineers have a role across the entire life cycle of assets, from project inception and delivery, to operations and eventual decommissioning. At each stage, engineers rely on robust information to support multi‑disciplinary decision making and inform activities, whether design, construction or maintenance. Building Information Modelling (BIM) has been high on the agenda of all organizations involved in the planning, design, construction, ownership and maintenance of the built environment in recent years, influenced significantly by government policy.

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