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... 49 C H A P T E R 5 The research team employed a variety of strategies to collect the required information for this research -- an extensive literature review, two nationwide surveys, and case studies. This section presents key findings from the data collection efforts that could act as supplemental resources for CIM implementation.
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... 50 Civil Integrated Management (CIM) for Departments of Transportation With specific reference to the transportation projects executed by state agencies (DOTs)
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... Supplemental Resources 51 These ratios isolate the percentage of work accomplished using BIM. Other suggested metrics include reduction in the number of RFIs, change orders, and schedule savings (Barlish and Sullivan 2012)
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... 52 Civil Integrated Management (CIM) for Departments of Transportation • Training programs are important and have to be considered as a process, rather than one-time events.
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... Supplemental Resources 53 5.3 Case Studies -- Lessons Learned The research team decided to balance the data sources taken from the case study projects (those for which the pertinent agencies responded to the project survey) and interviews with CIM subject matter experts.
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... 54 Civil Integrated Management (CIM) for Departments of Transportation Agency/relevant CIM practices examined Lessons learned CTDOT case study/ 3D design for roadway elements, electronic engineered data (EED)

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