BIM&CO and BIMLife have teamed up to support product manufacturers in improving the digitization of building products.
To accelerate the development of BIM (Building Information Modeling) in Singapore and ASEAN countries, BIM&CO and BIMLife have teamed up to support product manufacturers in improving the digitization of building products.
A building is made of thousands and thousands of building products. This is why BIM cannot be truly effective without the involvement of product manufacturers. BIM&CO develops technologies and provides comprehensive services to support manufacturers and construction companies in creating digital models of building products. BIM&CO is now expanding its services throughout Asia. BIMLife delivers qualified BIM content, with which BIM players can create, publish and use BIM objects all over the world.
Today, the French company BIM&CO announced a strategic partnership with BIMLife to deliver BIM products to the construction industry in the ASEAN market. BIM&CO has selected BIMLife to deliver its services and distribute its products to manufacturers in ASEAN. BIM&CO provides technology for data standardization, interoperability and collaboration on objects. BIMLife provides the local and regional expertise for modeling and data integration.
Major companies such as Rockwool, Aqua Tech, Liang Chew Hardware, Weavepact, Jonite, Buildo Engineering, Armacell, Greencast, Insul-Deck and J.O.E Green have already joined the BIM&CO platform, during the initial stages of this collaboration.
“In establishing this partnership in Singapore, one the world’s most advanced nations in terms of BIM, BIMLife and BIM&CO are aiming to actively support the development of BIM in the region. This will enable BIM&CO to help manufacturers become BIM-ready or further develop their BIM strategy. BIM provides manufacturers with real added value, by turning them into data providers and bringing them closer to their customers.” says BIM&CO CEO, Etienne Mullie.
“BIM&CO and BIMLife will give manufacturers the tools they need to be autonomous in terms of their BIM strategy, ensuring they maintain complete control of their brand, product data and models.“ says Rachel NG From BIMLife.