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Last edited 04 Oct 2021
BIM for Heritage, Developing the Asset Information Model, published by Historic England in January 2020, defines deliverables as: ‘Goods or services that will be provided upon completion of a project.’
Guide for Effective Benefits Management in Major Projects, published by the Infrastructure and Projects Authority in October 2017, defines a deliverable as: ‘An output of a process or project.’
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