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In collaboration with Autodesk, Balfour Beatty has introduced QR codes across its Audley Coopers Hill site project for operatives to use and access.

The QR codes are displayed across different areas of the site. By scanning a QR code in any location on site, operatives receive access to all relevant drawings for that location, alongside a comprehensive 3D model to give a detailed view of the finished location. Specific elements of the construction can also be viewed separately for greater precision.

Not only does this scheme allow the workforce to engage with Business Information Modelling (BIM) but also aids efficiency by not having to find the relevant and up-to-date drawings back in the site office.

This is the first time that this programme has been observed filtering down to the supply chain.

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Monitor Report. Balfour Beatty. Surrey. July 2018.


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