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    I can't remeber where I saw it but there was an article about a company investing 60,000 into revit and saving millions, I think it was a contractor. It really said it all. Does it ring any bells? Need to show it round the office but I can't find the article (should have flagged it!).
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    Check this BLOG, he either was the one, or will have posted something similar.

    http://bimboom.blogspot.com/

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    `Employ your time in improving yourself by other men's writings, so that you shall gain easily what others have labored hard for'
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    Default Re: Looking for an article from blog

    Hi Barry. I have other tidbits of those types of ROI results from the contractors. Let me know what you're looking for and I can email them to you.

    Also, the McGraw Hill Report is the best guide on the topic. Go to www.BIMcomplete.com to download the PDF. I'm working with a contractor now in South Florida who invested $100,000 in modeling CAD drawings and they found $9 million in potential change orders and saved 365 days of delays.

    Of course you'll need a copy of Navisworks Manage to see the secret of their success. Lastly to see the future, you'll find this link very revealing as to what's going to happen.
    Gregory Arkin LEED AP BD+C www.Revit3D.com
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