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Using BIM to Reduce Time-Related Risks

"Using BIM to Reduce Time-Related Risks" by Haitham E. Khaireldin

Utilising Building Information Modelling (BIM) such as 4D modelling and automated activity monitoring systems can eventually fortify the role of the project schedule as a pivotal tool by enhancing the ability of validating schedule duration, sequencing and examining the critical path, which is achieved by providing better vision of parameters not accessible via conventional Gantt charts.

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