How VINCI Building improved clash management with BIMcollab

How VINCI Building improved clash management efficiency with BIMcollab Cloud

VINCI Building experienced an inefficient clash management process. To ensure all clashes are detected, managed and resolved in time, BIMcollab Cloud has been implemented. The VINCI building team elaborates on how they have improved their clash management efficiency and overal construction process using BIMcollab Cloud.

A digital side of reconstruction: The Views of a BIM-Coordinator

Two exciting renovation and reconstruction projects are currently taking place in Tallinn’s seafront and Tallinn’s inner city coordinated by TARCON. Janno Otsmaa and Taavi Liiv are both BIM coordinators in TARCON and we had a very interesting chat as they walked us through some of their learnings and day-to-day experiences working with BIMcollab on these projects.


How BIMcollab adds value in property and construction consultancy for McBains

McBains is a self-contained, highly experienced property and construction consultancy located in London, UK. Established 230 years ago, they work within Architecture, Structures and Civil Engineer, MEP, Quantity Surveying, Project Management amongst other disciplines.

Delivering high-quality projects with BIMcollab

Delivering high-quality projects with BIMcollab

C3 BIM AS provides BIM consulting, coordination, and collaboration services to all disciplines within the AEC industry. Their clients include architects, project managers, construction managers, contractors, developers, and property management companies. Through the use of BIMcollab on many of their projects, they ensure a coordinated BIM process regardless of the size and complexity of the project.

BIM process Zaha Hadid

How one of the most influential Architect firms of all time transformed their BIM process using BIMcollab

Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) and Oslo-based A-Lab have been involved in the design of two stations for a new metro line in the Norwegian capital. The Fornebubanen metro line will be a five-mile sub-surface route connecting a new neighborhood on Oslo’s Fornebu peninsula with the city center.  For the Fornebu station (FBU), together with FOB

Connecting the job site with the BIM process

Connecting the job site with the BIM process

The development of Scan2bim technology has been long awaited in the AEC world. This technology uses a laser scanner to document a 3D scan of the existing physical conditions in a model, which is then used for the development and maintenance of the project. As such, this valuable tool is being used on job sites worldwide, providing contractors, architects, coordinators, and all other stake holders a powerful tool for the construction process.