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H.R.3371 High-Performance Federal Buildings Act of 2011, 112th Congress

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Official Bill Info

  • Latest Action: Nov 07, 2011 Referred to the Subcommittee on Economic Development, Public Buildings and Emergency Management.

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  • Committee Assignment: House Committee on Energy and Commerce - Energy and Power

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  • Committee Assignment: House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure - Economic Development, Public Buildings, and Emergency Management

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  • 50% of users oppose H.R.3371

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    • Legislation afoot to push IPD-like principles for Federal Buildings ... - April 07, 2012 by integratedprojects - H.R.3371, introduced by Russ Carnahan (D-M0.) call for the GAO to study BIM and integrated project delivery methods relative to use for Federal Buildings. Specifically the bill calls for requirements relative to BIM and IPD ...

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      As noted by integratedprojects on April 07, 2012, "H.R.3371, introduced by Russ Carnahan (D-M0.) call for the GAO to study BIM and integrated project delivery methods relative to use for Federal Buildings. Specifically the bill calls for requirements relative to BIM and IPD ..." (/url?q=http://integratedprojects.wordpress.com/2012/04/06/legislation-afoot-to-push-ipd-like-principles-for-federal-buildings-how-refreshing/&sa=U&ei=ThCHT8q5PPHA8AGj4-DBCA&ved=0CD0QmAEwBQ&usg=AFQjCNFNF45WYyWKKWvSndLDERqclDdlvw)
    • Legislation afoot to push IPD-like principles for Federal Buildings ... - April 07, 2012 by integratedprojects - H.R.3371, introduced by Russ Carnahan (D-M0.) call for the GAO to study BIM and integrated project delivery methods relative to use for Federal Buildings. Specifically the bill calls for requirements relative to BIM and IPD ...

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      As noted by integratedprojects on April 07, 2012, "H.R.3371, introduced by Russ Carnahan (D-M0.) call for the GAO to study BIM and integrated project delivery methods relative to use for Federal Buildings. Specifically the bill calls for requirements relative to BIM and IPD ..." (/url?q=http://integratedprojects.wordpress.com/2012/04/06/legislation-afoot-to-push-ipd-like-principles-for-federal-buildings-how-refreshing/&sa=U&ei=wLSBT_azGqPO2wXJ-dyJBw&ved=0CDkQmAEwBA&usg=AFQjCNEfSH3F_1IXsCJE6QEoccmfEac63g)
    • Legislation afoot to push IPD-like principles for Federal Buildings ... - April 06, 2012 by integratedprojects - H.R.3371, introduced by Russ Carnahan (D-M0.) call for the GAO to study BIM and integrated project delivery methods relative to use for Federal Buildings. Specifically the bill calls for requirements relative to BIM and IPD ...

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      As noted by integratedprojects on April 06, 2012, "H.R.3371, introduced by Russ Carnahan (D-M0.) call for the GAO to study BIM and integrated project delivery methods relative to use for Federal Buildings. Specifically the bill calls for requirements relative to BIM and IPD ..." (/url?q=http://integratedprojects.wordpress.com/2012/04/06/legislation-afoot-to-push-ipd-like-principles-for-federal-buildings-how-refreshing/&sa=U&ei=uGOAT426B6SW2AXrhfWFBw&ved=0CDkQmAEwBA&usg=AFQjCNFfUZcgsSu_mbXnmNjc-tBTdchO0A)

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