Most construction projects are large and costly. Collaborative
working involves two or more stakeholders sharing their efforts and
resources to complete the project more effectively and efficiently.
Collaborative, integrative and multi-disciplinary teams can tackle
the complex issues involved in creating a viable built environment.
This tends to be looked at from three interrelated perspectives:
the technological, organizational, and social; and of these the key
issue is to improve productivity and enable innovation through the
empowerment and motivation of people. This book provides insights
for researchers and practitioners in the building and construction
industry as well as graduate students, written by an international
group of leading scholars and professionals into the potential use,
development and limitations of current collaborative technologies
and practices. Material is grouped into the themes of advanced
technologies for collaborative working, virtual prototyping in
design and construction, building information modelling, managing
the collaborative processes, and human issues in collaborative
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