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WHY PARTICIPATE IN THE DIGITAL&BIM 2018?

Virginia Creazzola
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News, Revit

After the positive closing of the first edition of the Digital&BIM Italy, the first national event aimed at tackling the issues related to the digitization of the construction sector, this year the second meeting will start again at the SAIE of Bologna on 17-19 October.

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THE BIM COMPONENTS AND THE WORKFLOW FOR A CORRECT ENGINEERING

Michele Cavallaccio
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News

WHY WE DO NOT FIND ON THE WEB RELIABLE AND QUALITY BIM OBJECTS?

When it comes to BIM components, the first question that arises is how to be able to find in the great confusion of the web the right platforms to download and share reliable and quality elements.

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BIMon becomes a member of IBIMI

Virginia Creazzola
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Associations, News

A few days ago, BIMon joined the community of IBIMI (Institute for Building Information Modeling – Italy) to support and promote BIM at a national level and actively contribute to the digital transformation of the construction world.

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Digitization&BIM: the balance of the conference of May 22

Virginia Creazzola
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Events, News, Workflow

Last Tuesday, at the Order of Architects of Rome, there was the “Digitization&BIM” conference to talk about the digital revolution and its direct consequences on the building and construction market.

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Renzo Piano’s BIM skyscraper

Riccardo Pagani
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News

April 10 was inaugurated the Renzo Piano’s skyscraper for Intesa Sanpaolo in Turin has been completed, made with the aid of Building Information Modeling. To integrate and support the tower construction, a complete and detailed three-dimensional model of the structure has been developed by Harpaceas with Tekla Structures.

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