Working with operation and maintenance in one of the largest building owners in the country of Sweden, Mikael Rimskog spends a lot of his workday gathering information for every part of the building all the way down to the maintenance of doors.
However, after being introduced to the BIMeye platform and especially the BIMeye App, Door Manager, Rimskog experiences major improvements when things need changing in the maintenance phase.
– The BIMeye database contains all the information such as width, height, depth measures and technical data we need for the doors and their environment,
Initially, BIMeye Door Manager was implemented when designing and constructing the facilities of Ulls Hus in Uppsala.
When the construction phase was over and the building went into use, the facility management took over the maintenance of the facility and inherited the BIMeye database for all the doors in the buildings. Thus, Mikael Rimskog has been able to eliminate many hours of work searching for data, which he used to do before.
“In the Ulls House layouts of floor plans with all spaces including area and properties will be accessible in HyperDoc, a FM business support system based on drawings and models. These documents provide the user with facility management instructions such as descriptions on how to maintain all parts of a building i.e. doors, ceilings, floors, wall etc.”
When connecting HyperDoc to BIMeye the user is provided with visual views with information about the actual doors used in the property. The maintenance instruction are found in the ‘Management Instruction’ program at Akademiska.
According to Rimskog, the fact that when using BIMeye you can generate reports with a full list of all the doors with the information on them, is no less than amazing.
– You get as much information as you wish, you just use the filter and search functionality and this is the best feature with the BIMeye platform,