Information Technology in Construction Design

Information Technology in Construction Design

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Part 1: Introduction - Background - Text - Graphics - Images - Manipulation - Facilities management - Financial accounting and modelling - Database activities - Data manipulation and Statistical analysis - CAD/CAM/CAE and multi-media - Telecommunications and networks Part 2: Case studies of organisations - Architectural and engineering practices including some of the biggest names in the industry in the UK; covering different sizes, structures, philosophies, working methodologies, and different services offered to clients in different markets Part 3: Conclusions - Comments about IT in action - Emerging views - Future developmentsInserting involves entering new customers or employees into the records so that they appear in the correct sequence. ... of procedures compared to manual methods, equipment breakdowns, which can be catastrophic, and concerns aboutanbsp;...

Title:Information Technology in Construction Design
Author:Michael Phiri
Publisher:Thomas Telford - 1999-01-01


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