Better coordination, better buildings
Sound Transit’s ongoing expansion of Seattle’s light rail consists of a number of different extensions due to be completed in 2023. Find out how Hoffman Construction overcame coordination challenges on the track alignments, stations, and garages.
The Aix Marseille University's Luminy campus, built over 50 years ago, required renovation work. Find out how Bouygues Construction updated the center for the Faculties of Sciences, including meeting rooms and laboratories, in accordance with modern standards.
The growing number of patients and medical technology requirements called for an urgent renovation for the Jules Bordet Oncology Institute in the heart of the city of Brussels. Find out how SynthésArt managed the coordination process from giving stakeholders easy access to issues, to reducing project delays.
The Medical University of South Carolina needed to urgently create a new children’s health campus due to a loss of a previous facility.
See how McVeigh & Mangum Engineering improved the constructability of the project and met strict time constraints with BIM Track.
Read how DBM Vircon was hired to implement BIM across all stages of the project and manage coordination between 26 different consultants, contractors, and subcontractors working in 16 different pieces of software.
Read how OpenProject srl was hired to perform all of the design on the Bonfiglioli Riduttori spa Headquarters project across its 3 phases: conception, shop or construction drawings, and on-site direction.
WeBIM Technologies undertook the challenge of BIM coordination and modeling for the planning and construction of the first two Umami towers and their conjoined underground parking structures.
See for yourself how WSP implemented BIM Track to centralize the coordination process and facilitate cross-team communication in real-time during the construction of the complex Hanover Square project in central London.
See for yourself how Amberg Engineering streamlined their design coordination phase in the expansion of Stockholm’s Tunnelbana metro system with BIM Track.
This case study focuses on the application of open BIM (including BCFs and IFCs) for BIM coordination for the $227M extension of the Québec city Jean-Lesage international airport terminal, spanning 183m north of the existing building.