- Project plans
- Project activities
- Legislation and standards
- Industry context
Last edited 19 Mar 2020
The word ‘information’ has a very wide range of meanings and is interpreted in different ways in different contexts. In its broadest sense, information sits within a hierarchy sometimes referred to as the knowledge pyramid. In this hierarchy, information is structured data, where data is discreet facts. Information can be organised to create knowledge, which can then be applied as ‘wisdom’.
- As constructed information
- Asset information
- Asset information requirements
- Building information modelling
- Cost information
- Descriptive information
- Design information
- Digital information.
- Employer's information requirements
- Exchange information requirements
- Freedom of Information Act
- Geographic information system
- Information and communications technology
- Information exchange
- Information management process
- Information manager
- Information requirements
- Organisational information requirements
- Manufacturing information
- Pre-construction information
- Production information
- Project information
- Proprietary information
- Request for information
- Site information.
- Verified construction information
- Works information
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