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The Architecture and the Built Environment Industries project management systemsare heavily built around document control and relating events such as change orders, submittals, transmittals and requests for information (RFIs). These functionalities are usually forming the core of electronic data/document management systems (EDMS) that are widely used by contractors and construction management consultants. The content of EDMS, i.e. documents in the form of individual files and their details can have contractual role and implications. The emphasis of this module is to introduce the student to the latestdigital infrastructure around us and the way it is affecting all businesses including the wider construction sector. Various applications of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have aleadytaken over mechanical business and public service data operations and the aim is to introduce Building Information Modeling (BIM)and the latest data management systems to students inthe context of the industry.
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University of Wolverhampton

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The University of Wolverhampton is a public university located on four campuses across the West Midlands, Shropshire and Staffordshire in England. The roots of the university lie in the Wolverhampton Tradesmens and Mechanics Institute founded in 1827 and the 19th-century growth of the Wolverhampton Free Library, which developed technical, scientific, commercial and general classes. This merged in 1969 with the Municipal School of Art, originally founded in 1851, to form the Wolverhampton Polytechnic.
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City Campus is the main site for the university and is situated in Wolverhampton city centre, opposite Molineux Stadium and approximately 16 miles (26 km) from Birmingham. Divided into City Campus Wulfruna and City Campus Molineux, it is home to several academic schools/faculties; administration departments; the Students Union and student support facilities. In addition, there are three separate Halls of Residence on this campus: North Road, Lomas Street and Randall Lines.