The design and construction of a building is an extremely complex process which results in a lot of unexpected errors, changes, or delays. Examples of such problems include later discovered design flaws, budget overruns, maintenance integration issues, or any human omission.
To reduce and solve these problems, the Building Information Modelling (BIM) design methodology has been invented, within which professionals can pre-design all details and needs of a building using a digital 3D model by assigning the appropriate time and cost plan. Our ArchiFM facility management system makes the data extracted from BIM available to users with both alphanumeric and graphical interfaces.
The BIM system, which focuses on digitalisation, has become increasingly part of construction investment over the last decade, and its importance has already been recognized by higher education. The Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics has created a unique BIM professional training in engineering, which semester has started in February 2021 with twice of the originally planned number of students. Digitalisation, which is gaining more and more ground in the construction industry, has encouraged BME lecturers to prepare students with theoretical and practical knowledge that is even more in line with industrial needs. In connection with this, Péter Tuczai, Tungsram Innovative Solutions’ Large Account Director was also invited to give a lecture on the topic, who is already a regular lecturer at the University of Technology.
We are very proud of our colleague who helps in the education and development of the future construction professionals!