5D BIM Strategy Reduces Cost, Scheduling Problems for Georgia Tech

To avoid costly design errors and scheduling delays, Georgia Tech has mandated its project team to use a 5D Business Information Modeling strategy for the design and construction of an expansion of the school’s student center, an office building, parking deck and for all future capital improvement projects on the school’s 60-acre campus. Recognized for its innovation in the design and construction industry, the fact that Georgia Tech made 5D a prerequisite further establishes its reputation as a pioneer in technological advances.

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