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While certain data is simple and logical to include in the model such as equipment schedules. I'm not sure whether certain design criteria can or even should be included in the BIM.

I'm wondering how you can capture the extents of specifications in the model. For instance, instructions on testing and commissioning, maintenance, safety and workmanship, what's acceptable and not acceptable. I'm not seeing how hundreds of pages of descriptions of design can be condensed to be assigned to the model and its elements
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