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July 21, 2008

Build Smarter, Faster, and Cheaper with BIM
Build Smarter, Faster, and Cheaper with BIM
Eliminate inefficiencies in current construction practices by using BIM, which has the potential to benefit all stakeholders in the design, construction, ownership, and operation of buildings.
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