- Project plans
- Project activities
- Legislation and standards
- Industry context
- Specialist wikis
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Types of construction knowledge
The Specification for Discoverable Construction Knowledge defines the following types of explicit knowledge:
- Educational and Training
- Research, Development and Innovation
- Product Knowledge
- Project Knowledge
- Case Law
- Brochure/ leaflet
- File note
- Request for information
- Technical query
- Data set
- GIS dataset
- Information Exchange File
- Room data sheet
- Design information
- Schedule or Table
- Bills of Quantity
- Cost Plan
- Animation file
- Clash rendition
- Model - Two dimensional
- Model - Three dimensional
- Planning control
- Project planning
- Method statement
- Record information
- Snagging list
Tacit knowledge includes:
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