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Coordinated-specific technical design model

Design Framework for Building Services 5th Edition (BG 6/2018), written by David Churcher, John Sands & Martin Ronceray, and published by BSRIA in June 2018 defines a coordinated-specific technical design model as: ‘A model showing detailed building services designs, with precise locations and sizes of all items of plant, pipes, ducts and cable containment using specific objects representing actual intended or procured plant and equipment in positions that have been spatially coordinated between separate engineering services and also with architecture and structure. The model will not show hangers or supports apart from builderswork items but spatial allowances should be included. This is analogous to the level of detail in Coordinated working drawings, but using procured or intended objects.’

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