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Last edited 20 Dec 2019
The RIBA Plan of Work 2013 defines the Technology Strategy as:
‘The strategy established at the outset of a project that sets out technologies, including Building Information Modelling (BIM) and any supporting processes, and the specific software packages that each member of the project team will use. Any interoperability issues can then be addressed before the design phases commence.
This strategy also considers how information is to be communicated (by email, file transfer protocol (FTP) site or using a managed third party common data environment), as well as the file formats in which information will provided. The Project Execution Plan records agreements made.’
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