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Learn how BIM tools can be used to support a multidisciplinary design process. They will learn how to create and check a series of linked models, create reference planes and grids for different disciplines, and model MEP systems.
Learn how BIM tools can be used to support an integrated project delivery approach by exploring how to create a composite model, enable collaborative review, plan construction sequences, and communicate with different audiences.
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Integrated project delivery (IPD) is a new trend in the building industry that features the early and ongoing collaboration of cross-functional project teams including designers, builders, fabricators, and owners. Learn best-practices for teaching IPD from leading educators.