'building, multiple buildings (e.g. a site or campus) or built infrastructure (e.g. roads, railways, pipelines, dams, docks, etc.) that is the subject of a construction project or where the asset information is held in a digital format'
It suggests that a built asset may include associated land or water, such as the catchment area for a water company or the navigation channels for a dock and that it may comprise a portfolio or network of assets.
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