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Title : Mitigating Risk with Virtual Construction Technology
Company : GRAPHISOFT
Date : 06-Feb-2010
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Featured By: Dominic Gallello Today, more and more construction projects are ironing out many potential problems before the first shovel of dirt is actually moved. This is done through 5D virtual construction technology, which uses a model-based approach for providing better data on projects to increase predictability, reduce risk and, finally, reduce the number of lawyers that are required after the project is completed to determine who owes what to whom.
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