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Friday November 23rd, 2018

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4 innovative uses of BIM. Episode 1: The Alto Tower, the prowess of BIM!

Sharing information so that all the players in a project have a shared vision of the works. Welcome to the world of BIM! Every week for a month, discover one of our sites where BIM is being used in an innovative way. Today we discover the Alto Tower by Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France.

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