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BIM and Infrastructure: An interview with Autodesk’s Rich Humphrey

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Thursday, January 24th 2013


Building Information Models, BIM, have changed the design-build-operate workflow many kinds of asset projects including those in civil engineering, urban planning and architecture. Editor in chief Joe Francica interviews Rich Humphrey, Autodesk's director of industry strategy and business development for engineering, natural resources and infrastructure about this change and BIM's impact on managing projects both large and small.


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