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Building information modelling and its effect on computer aided manufacture in the UK construction industry. By Stephen Trench, Dissertation for MSc Construction Project Management, London South Bank University, Faculty of Engineering, Science and the Built Environment, Department of Built Environment, 23rd May 2014.
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