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August 05, 2013

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Leslie Porter

Wow! This is really awesome for this university. Expanding their curriculum and including geomatics aspects in BIM is indeed interesting. Many students would surely appreciate this move especially BIM is in demand these days. Thanks for sharing this news.

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