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Last edited 19 Jan 2015
As-built or as-constructed building information model
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According to PAS 1192-2:2013: Specification for information management for the capital/delivery phase of construction projects using building information modelling (BIM), an as-built or as-constructed building information model is a:
'A model consisting of documentation, non- graphical information and graphical information defining the delivered project.
“As-constructed” defines the defect and deviation to the designed model occurring during construction. The “as-constructed” model and its appended documentation are continually updated through re-measurement as construction progresses. This allows for deviation to be reviewed with respect to the following packages and making knowledgeable assessment of impact and resolution.'
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