Part 1: Introduction - Background - Text - Graphics - Images - Manipulation - Facilities management - Financial accounting and modelling - Database activities - Data manipulation and Statistical analysis - CAD/CAM/CAE and multi-media - Telecommunications and networks Part 2: Case studies of organisations - Architectural and engineering practices including some of the biggest names in the industry in the UK; covering different sizes, structures, philosophies, working methodologies, and different services offered to clients in different markets Part 3: Conclusions - Comments about IT in action - Emerging views - Future developmentsHe is in the process of developing an IT standards manual with a section for the employeea#39;s induction manual. Looking at current IT issues, the year 2000 is unimportant for the practice because they are geared up for it. Another issue is that ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Information Technology in Construction Design|
|Publisher||:||Thomas Telford - 1999-01-01|