Like every business, WSP has faced enormous change during 2020 but, by adopting Tridify’s services within their BIM project workflows, they have been able to collaborate with dispersed and remote working teams. Adopting cloud-based services to streamline construction projects has impressed clients and caught the attention of the Construction Computing awards (sometimes known as “The Hammers”).
Tridify is delighted to be included in the shortlist alongside WSP for our role as technology enablers in WSP's BIM projects. We are in prestigious company. The BIM projects on the shortlist comprise:
Jonathan Reeves Architects with Vectorworks for Earth Sheltered Eco Home
3D Repo - Smart Mobility Living Lab Project funded by Innovate
Weatherproof Infrastructure: reinforcing the largest dike in the Netherlands with BIM — LEVVEL Consortium with Autodesk BIM 360
WSP - Using Tridify to publish BIM files to the Web
These projects indicate how far the world of AEC has travelled and reveals the potential we have, as an industry, to adopt BIMs as we build a better future.
Many categories in the awards will be decided by the readers of Construction Computing Magazine and the clients of the companies competing for the top honours. If you are eligible to vote, please click here to have your say in this year’s competition!
The Construction Computing Awards 2020 Timeline:
Voting Opens: 23rd September
Voting Closes: 2nd November
Winners Announced: 12th November
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