Distributed Virtual Workspace for Enhancing Communication within the Construction Industry - DIVERCITY

M. Sarshar, Per Lennart Christiansson, Kjeld Svidt

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Abstract

DIVERCITY allows users to visualise building projects and run computer simulations of various aspects of their performance during the briefing, design and construction phases. In particular, the software enables collaborative working between groups of project stakeholders in separate locations. Who should read this? This handbook has been written specifically for construction project leaders and business managers. What can DIVERCITY achieve? n Improved communications with the client; n Design of better facilities; n Improved collaboration and communication across the supply chain.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherUniversity of Salford
Number of pages30
Publication statusPublished - 2003

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Keywords

  • Virtual workspace : Collaboration : Briefing : Simulation : Construction

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Sarshar, M. ; Christiansson, Per Lennart ; Svidt, Kjeld. / Distributed Virtual Workspace for Enhancing Communication within the Construction Industry - DIVERCITY. University of Salford, 2003. 30 p.
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