BIM & Single-Family Residential: Using Technology to Lower Costs, Speed Construction, and Improve Performance
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At the end of this course you will be able to:
- Discuss how BIM can be used to improve the design and construction process.
- Explain how BIM can be used to make better-performing buildings.
- Identify the advantages to implementing a BIM-enabled process on smaller projects.
- Discuss challenges to implementing a BIM-enabled process on smaller projects.
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- BIM & Single-Family Residential: Using Technology to Lower Costs, Speed Construction, and Improve Performance
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