Select a suitable BIM-enabled case study project that is ripe for analysis. This could be a prominent, widely available BIM-enabled case, where useful materials are readily and publicly available, or one that the student is currently, or has previously worked on. Such a project should only be one that you have normal access to information. If such a project is a ‘building’ or ‘live site’, then this should only be one that you have the ‘normal’, and ‘necessary’ permissions to access externally and/or internally (i.e. you are not to engage in any trespass of any building/site that you do not have normal permission to enter). Also note that you should not 'cold-contact' professionals to attempt to arrange access to any project that you do not have normal access to. If you need a discussion to advise if the proposed BIM-enabled project is suitable for the purposes of case study analysis, then arrange to have this discussion with one of the module tutors by teaching week 6. MCE | Learning and Teaching Version 2.1 | Page 3 of 4 In addition to the case study analysis, you should throughout the module, be equipping yourself on other related aspects of contemporary Construction Project Management practice. To do this and develop your topic specific knowledge and understanding, and help you develop your intellectual skills and abilities in this subject, you are to engage with the academic and professional literature around the art, science, and discipline of Construction Project Management. Therefore, in addition to describing the BIM-enabled case study project itself, your coursework submission is expected primarily draw upon, and refer to, the body of academic work in this area. You should evidence this engagement via appropriate and quality in-text referencing, that is cited correctly throughout. It is also reasonable to expect that some elements in your review will also be informed by discussions held in the module or from any credible BIM-related websites (for example, www.bimacademy.ac.uk, www.thenbs.com, https://www.cdbb.cam.ac.uk/) as these are useful in highlighting current issues and offering additional supporting information. Again, the work is to be properly structured and supported through ‘academic’ research using appropriate and quality references which are cited correctly throughout. A separate, properly formatted references list must also be provided in the submission at the end of the document.