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Potential construction problems

Potential construction problems are being designed out using a 3D computer model of the building which is being built ahead of the actual structure. And the project web site carries the up to date drawings which everyone can access and download. 'This means that everyone is looking at the same version of the drawing and no one can say they did not receive the latest drawing or that it is lost on a bike somewhere,' says IT specialist Steve Hendry.

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