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Sun, Sep 14, 2003 at 9:27:43 AM | Construction life cycle

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Tanapong


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I'm work for construction in retails business. I'ld like to keep all design since propose projects and loop until construction documents has been done. and waiting for renovation in couple years. (Construction life cycle) I like to keep on track for every revision that has been change for the building eg. propose project design might have 5 revision I like to keep them all incase we can rollback to previous rev. before goin to details design. Does anyone has an idea.? your comment every much appricated. Regards,

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