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|Title:||National Building Information Modelling Initiative|
|Authors:||Building Smart Australasia|
|Abstract:||The report Getting it Right The First Time: A Plan to Reverse Declining 1 Standards in Project Design Documentation within the Building and Construction Industry (Engineers Australia, 2005) identified that a declining standard of documentation in the building, engineering and construction industry in Queensland over twelve to fifteen years to 2005 had led to losses exceeding $2 billion per annum in the Queensland construction budget – and probably six times that amount or $12 billion per annum nationwide. The above report found that poor documentation was leading to: _ An inefficient, non-competitive industry; _ Cost overruns, rework, extensions of time; _ High stress levels, loss of morale, reduced personal output; _ Adversarial behaviour, diminished reputations; and _ A decline in safety standards.|
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