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Construction projects involve a large number of both direct stakeholders (clients, professional teams, contractors, etc.) and indirect stakeholders (local authorities, residents, workers, etc.). Current methods of communicating building design information can lead to several types of difficulties (e.g. incomplete understanding of the planned construction,(More)
This paper presents the process of solving unforeseen events on construction sites – a frequent phenomenon throughout the industry. The current process of handling an unforeseen problem is described and contrasted with a future scenario in which I&C technologies are applied to solve unforeseen problems on large construction sites more efficiently: augmented(More)
Communication during the design process has a substantial role because; it exchanges messages and conveys ideas to people with different skills and interests. Also, the development of high quality 3D modelling, photo rendering and VR software has shifted the way we communicate architecture, from a conventional one to a digital format and so, provided us(More)
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