BIM, precast used for $475M health care project in Canada

11/5/2012 | Daily Commercial News

The use of building information modeling technology for a $475 million health care building in Ontario is providing seamless coordination for design and construction services. The design team addressed challenges in coordinating several project components, including the integration of precast concrete panels. "Problems always get solved, but the goal of this process is to end up solving problems sooner at less cost," said Thomas Strong, virtual construction director at primary contractor EllisDon.

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