November 22nd, 2018
Information provided by the Department of Information Society of the Corporate Information Society of the Information Society.
The digitization of the building will guarantee the transparency of the processes, timetables and budget control, as well as efficiency in management design. Any delay will hinder the development and competitiveness of the Latvian construction industry internationally, on Wednesday, November 21, at the "Building 2018" conference. Kitija Gruškevica, Member of the State Real Estate Company (VNP).
According to Gruzhkovica, VNIS is aware of the importance of public works contracting in the digitalisation of industry. For this reason, the company is currently actively working on the "Modeling Information for Building" or BIM solutions for the second half of 2010 to gradually change a large part of its work.
It should be noted that in recent years, digitization of the industry is a current issue in Latvia and internationally. At this time, BIM has become a standard. It is actively used in the Netherlands, Great Britain and Scandinavia.
"For industrial development, builders, architects and customers must change, that is to say, building companies need to return to innovation investments, understand, work with them and clearly determine the result, which is why we will begin our experience of international exchange, the training of our staff and the first pilot project, Aspazija Boulevard 7. Prospective with a prospective centralized office, a complex and multi-project project to understand the BIM's capabilities and understand the necessary conditions for future projects, "explains Gruuskevica.
He also stressed that VNI is useful in the future for BIM solution. In particular, not only the construction and construction of construction projects, but also the time planning and budget planning and energy efficiency and management dimensions.
To understand the most successful models of BIM deployment, VNI staffs, representatives of Riga Construction Management, visited Danish and Norwegian real estate management firms.
For example, in Denmark, a decade ago on the way to BIM, the routine has finally become a platform. The important aspect of implementing this tool was the transfer of education and knowledge between the generations.
"Danish colleagues explained that a successful experience was the sharing of knowledge among young people and older people in the development of BIM, namely that the" you "young technologists were combined with teams of experts in experimental groups whose technology was not extraterrestrial. It is important for both sides to learn from each other and, therefore, to reduce the resistance to innovation, "said Grushevic.
In addition, in addition to the aforementioned, in Denmark, the introduction of state-of-the-art technology was even easier, as the law required that all 700,000 new construction budget projects be developed by BIM, regardless of whether the procurement authority is state or local government.
Although Scandinavia's BIM deployment is relatively long, VNIP's representative believes that BIM's Latvian entry should be much faster. Or, this time, in 2008, today's technology is much stronger than BIM's first version.
In his opinion, Latvia has a great advantage for successful digitization of processes: fairly compact markets and large players use BIM in international markets. "The work is very serious in the field of education, because they have to prepare specialists to prepare for this new reality, designers, architects, engineers, project managers, construction managers, etc." said VNIP members.
The VNIP representative also convinces the Latvian construction environment, including customer and executive co-operation, to increase our builders as they are internationally productive and competitive.
At the same time, Gruuskevica emphasized that BIM is not a panacea, and the best plan in the project can also be human errors. "For this reason, the construction function and the capacity must be strengthened in all the project settings," said Grushevica.
One of EIA's first projects is expected to meet BIM requirements, Elisabeth 2, adaptation of the Riga building, the needs of the Ministry of Economy and its institutions.
Currently, the VNIS project develops 32 significant development projects, including "Latvia 100 percent addresses", about 135 million euros. The company has more than 500 building properties of 1.8 million. m2 and more than 4,100 land with more than 10 mln. m2 surface. The company, founded in 1996, holds a 100% stake in the Ministry of Finance.
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