On 13 May, the BIMplement project was presented to ECCREDI members by Myriam Olivier, from BIMplement partner ASTUS, France. During the presentation, Myriam explored the advantages of implementing BIM in the construction site by using the BIMplement methodology and tools. She provided useful insights from the BIMplement experience in France and concluded with recommendations driven by these lessons learned.
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