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01. March 2018

Botkyrkabyggen: Efficient building life cycle management

Botkyrkabyggen has chosen BIMeye as a partner to improve the efficiency of its information flow and its facility management processes.

3D laser scanning of the building

3D-model of the building

Property owner Botkyrkabyggen faces big, demanding projects. They plan to renovate approximately 8,000 flats over a ten-year period. The documentation of the existing buildings has been neglected, and when Botkyrkabyggen determined how to run future building projects, the building information was one of the things they wanted to improve. To ensure true-to-scale models for reconstruction and building information modelling, Botkyrkabyggen uses 3D laser scanning.

In order to improve the document management they decided to implement Hyperdoc/FM Access. Furthermore, Botkyrkabyggen decided to increase quality and the access to building information to be able to manage service and maintenance more efficiently.

BIMeye for improved access to accurate information and increased effeciency
To provide designers, engineers and contractors with accurate information, Botkyrkabyggen invested in BIMeye, which has been proven to increase efficiency by up to 50% when used as a platform for information management to meet delivery specifications.

The produced delivery specification is applied to templates for the design and engineering solutions and BIMeye’s database. This gives designers, engineers and contractors a common platform, which makes it easier for them to collaborate and contribute to Botkyrkabyggen’s information requirements.

By improving our information process, we aim to increase the efficiency of our project implementation as well as facility management, which is our core activity. As we currently already work together with Symetri on documentation and drawing systems, it feels natural to extend this work to BIMeye to get one consistent overview of our BIM and digitalisation work", says Mathias Berglin at Botkyrkabyggen.