The AFAS staff will enter their new office building as of January 2021. Employees and other interested parties can follow the progress of the construction (started in November 2017) via installed webcams on site.
Rob Duindam, director at Just Architects and Luc Nelis of EversPartners explain this unique BIM project. Just Architects was responsible for the design and Luc Nelis was appointed as responsible BIM director. Other partners were Valstar Simonis and Pieters Bouwtechniek.
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Creating a BIM-workflow for all stakeholdersRob Duindam continues: "We searched for partners who were able to work according to BIM. Nowadays there is a lot of talk about BIM, but to use BIM teamwide is rare. Much is still to win in that area. Fortunately, we see through the various softwares available, that what you can get out of BIM is rapidly growing."
Luc Nelis: "For this project we had the ambition to take a step forward in the domain of communication. To stop talking about non-relevant issues via endless spreadsheets and telling each other who should have done what. Because I already had a good experience with BIMcollab in another project, we were eager to work with it.”
Luc Nelis proceeds: “BIMcollab turned out to be an excellent tool for managing the issue management workflow. It helped us to centralize, filter, and thus to easily focus. In the AFAS boardroom BIMcollab was used to talk about the major issues. This was possible by Filter on priority, very easily. BIMcollab helped us to keep the speed in the project.
The ease of use of BIMcollab made the whole project team understand and work with it within five minutes. It's as simple as that. Young, enthusiastic modelers do embrace this way of working and the integration of BIMcollab with other software packages works just perfect."
"You have to do it together and get things done"