Complete information

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In Architecture Engineering and Construction (AEC), complete information is information which includes all the necessary and typical parts or elements, lacking nothing. For the information to be deemed complete, its completeness must be verified through the provision of objective evidence.

The term complete information in the AEC industry is often written into Exchange Information Requirements (EIR) without specifying its meaning and purpose, often used for emphasis.

When used for the emphasis of all too often ambiguous requirements, it diminishes the value of the information requirements, prospectively increasing contingency cost.

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