The BIM adoption in Europe is taking off. More and more companies are seeing the added value of this new way of collaborating. But how can you maximize this value and make the most of your investment in BIM?
Incorporating recesses in a BIM workflow can lead to great efficiency in building projects. This becomes clear at the Earth Simulation Lab: a project with complex installations and heavy structures.
MEPcontent and Stabiplan will participate in the new edition of Interclima + Elec, the biggest trade fair for comfort and energy efficiency in France.
As the BIM option is rapidly increasing in Europe, it is important to stay focused. How do you respond to these developments, how do others do this, and what is possible? Get your answers at one of these fairs.
From 5-7 October, the first European BILT conference will be organized in Aarhus, Denmark. Here you can meet Stabiplan and try out the newest MEP apps for Revit.
Anyone who has ever tried to draw flexible pipes in Revit knows that this can lead to great frustrations. It's a time consuming job that usually results in pipes moving in all directions except the one you want. It is by all means one of the most heard annoyances of modeling in Revit. Fortunately this is over with the new feature: Stabicad Flexible Pipes!
Stabicad 11 has been available since end April and we hope that you are already enjoying working with it. Stabicad 11 features lots of new and improved productivity tools and calculation functionality. Are you already working with these new calculations?
Are you up-to-date with what your building partners are doing? Recesses in structural elements for technical installations lend themselves perfectly for optimizing your BIM workflow.
Great news: Stabicad 11 has been released! Faster engineering, enhanced performance with faster start-up times, new tools, improved (calculation) functionality and more.