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Best-in-class facility owners realize that it takes more than mere words to achieve a successful project. They have learned that in order to create lasting change within their own teams—and extend that change to construction managers, architects/engineers, and general contractors—they have to define clear processes, train teams on how to follow them and create a desire (incentive) for the team to want to do something differently.
With that in mind, here’s an inside look at the top 7 Habits of Highly Effective Project Teams.
What is “Scan to BIM”?
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