Jan 25 2013

Next phase of BIM functionality revealed at Ecobuild

Ecobuild-logo2013with dates - square.jpgWe’re pleased to announce the next stage in the evolution of our Plan-Build-Operate application suite at Ecobuild, designed specifically to operate with Building Information Models (BIM) to reduce costs and carbon emissions. As one of Europe’s leading providers of software to the real estate, infrastructure & construction market, we have implemented a strategy incorporating a range of new capabilities providing customers with a comprehensive, collaborative platform to manage and govern all BIM activities throughout the asset lifecycle.

As part of our participation in the Open BIM Network we will be exhibiting on pavilion N320 at Ecobuild in London from 5th to 7th March. The CONJECT team will be available to discuss how we can help organisations adapt their working practices to work with BIM, including:

  •   Sharing and interoperating with IFC models & associated data
  •   Full 3D visualisation and interaction
  •   The linking of occupational systems & spaces with work breakdown structures in the build process
  •   Automation of change processes across supply chains supporting 5D time & cost forecasting
  •   The capture of detailed data and attributes relating to space, systems & equipment, stored in a COBie compliant database
  • Managing FM processes i.e. reactive & preventative maintenance, space planning, etc

Ensuring an effective, collaborative approach to meet the UK Government’s Level 2 & 3 targets

If you’re attending the event, and would like to understand more about our exciting BIM developments, why not arrange to spend 30 mins with one of our account managers? Click here to book an appointment.

If you aren’t attending Ecobuild, but would like to find out more, please get in touch by email: enquiries@conject.com or phoning: +44 01483 712620.

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About the author

Michelle Mason

Michelle Mason leads the UK and MEAP Marketing team, with far too many years in B2B marketing to mention. A CONJECT newbie, Michelle is eagerly climbing a steep learning curve.

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