An information model for collaboration in the construction Industry

  title={An information model for collaboration in the construction Industry},
  author={J. P. van Leeuwen and S. Fridqvist},
  journal={Computers in Industry},
Collaborative work is an essential ingredient for success in the construction industry. With the advancements of capabilities of information technologies and communication infrastructures, the effective utilisation of these technologies has become very important and strongly affects business processes that have long followed traditional paths. This article describes the main characteristics of the conceptmodelling framework that is developed in the DesKs project. Concept modelling gives end… CONTINUE READING

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