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January 16, 2014
Local firm has big plans for a new service that combines BIM and lasers to survey spaces
Glapin Milphrey wants to open offices in 17 western U.S. cities this year.
By LUCY BODILLY
Special to the Journal
Metrology technician David Johnson sets up survey equipment to measure the interior spaces of a project at Virginia Mason Hospital in Seattle.
Building Information Modeling wowed the AEC community as a clash detection tool. Now a local company is pushing the technology further by adding the most advanced surveying equipment available.
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