Supporting BIM and VDC processes with BIMeye

NCC

NCC implements BIMeye in project in Uppsala

NCC implements BIMeye door manager, requirement manager and room manager in new office Building in Uppsala.

Customer:

NCC

Challenge:

A need to work more efficiently with BIM and VDC

Solution:

Implementation and consultancy by BIMeye, Project Services

Tool:

Bimeye Door Manager, Requirement Manager and Room Manager

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Supporting BIM and VDC processes with BIMeye

 

In the construction of a new NCC office building in Uppsala, NCC has chosen to implement BIMeye,  in order to improve the management of information between the project disciplines.

 

The project is the design of the new office of NCC Uppsala, designed by NCC in a cooperation with SWECO.

A portion of the existing building has been taken down and a new building of 3 floors with a smaller fourth floor will be built.

 

According to Jörgen Winnberg – architect at Sweco, the project has high requirements to both VDC and BIM;

“We plan to construct the building with wooden frames and facades, which will be clad with vertical paneling. These will have black earth paint and protruding parts of the building will be with cedar shavings.

The floor plan is largely to become office landscape and some areas will be activity based. The project planning has high requirements to VDC and BIM”.

 

Erik Hilmius, who is the VDC (Virtual Design Construction) specialist at NCC states that it is crucial to improve their work processes constantly;

 

“At NCC, we are working on continuous improvement of our processes. An important part of this is our work with the VDC and BIM. VDC for us is all about managing information in the BIM model through the construction process at all stages.

 

By choosing BIMeye, NCC will be able to work in a more efficient way with less manual Work.

 

As Erik Hilmius says;

-“We have chosen the BIMeye solution as we can see that we will reduce errors and save time working with the methodologies in the apps”.

The BIMeye apps Door Manager, Room Manager and Requirement Manager are the first to be implemented in the project.

 

The architects at Sweco are the first users among the designers to start using the apps. The project is implementing several stakeholders such as VDC-managers, purchasers and project managers, and locking consultants among others.

They will all be granted access to BIMeye and thus be enabled to and involved in adding, refining and using data collected in the central solution of BIMeye.

 

 

We have chosen the BIMeye solution as we can see that we will reduce errors and save time working with the methodologies in the apps”.

Erik Hilmius, NCC.

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