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Title : Lessons learned from the London 2012 Games construction project
Company : Bentley Systems
File Name : 354-engineering-content-man-s-t[1].pdf
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Date : 19-Nov-2013
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The London 2012 construction programme posed significant challenges, including the management of engineering information generated by hundreds of contractors. To address this challenge, the Olympic Delivery Authority’s (ODA’s) Delivery Partner (DP) implemented an engineering content management and collaboration system, and deployed a suite of integrated design tools for use by consultants and contractors. This case study explores how the engineering technology was implemented; the problems that arose with adoption of the technology, standards and procedures; how these problems were resolved; and some of the innovations and best practices that contributed to successes in engineering information management.
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