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Autodesk has tied up with Japan based Nihon Sekkei to offer top-notch BIM practices

Autodesk, Inc has tied a knot with Japan based Nihon Sekkei, with the air of providing the top-notch Building Information Modeling (BIM) process catering to the Japanese market. The two companies will jointly develop BIM workflows useful for Japan based BIM professional to cope up with the global building design requisites which can help in constructing smart, energy efficient buildings and infrastructure.

 

Nihon Sekkei is a renowned architectural design firm that has been delivering substantial architecture projects like universities, hospitals, hotels, offices and financial centers since 1967. Some of their remarkable projects range from Toyota Motors’ Nisshin Education and Training Center, IBM Japan’s Makuhari Office, Tianjin International Financial Center, Shanghai International Trade Center, and Kanazawa Medical University Hospital.

 

The two companies will co-actively get the most out of the advantages of BIM to offer more value to owners, users and society during the whole building lifecycle.

 

The benefits of this strategic alliance will provide the following:-

 

Nihon Sekkei will apply Autodesk Revit software’s incorporated model data in favor of architectural, structural and MEP design to facilitate designers and owners to measure as well as make the environment effect less complex over the buildings. It will be useful for creating sustainable environment.

 

Both will utilize Autodesk Revit and cloud services like A360 platform to build up new design workflows.

 

Develop data interoperability amid Autodesk platforms as well as various specialized third-party applications like facility management and simulation so as to widespread Nihon Sekkei’s technical consulting and design services abilities. The motto is to provide support for superior planning and decision making all through the building phase.

 

In order to interchange ideas and experiences with global industry leaders to flourish BIM as the global standard, both will work mutually.

 

These activities will be very fruitful for both the companies to expand the significance of incorporated BIM that can transform the various design practices and workflows to the next level. Besides, both the companies will uphold the imposition of standards or regulations concerning architectural guidelines and level of development (LOD), and team up with companies in the construction industry, education and research institutes, and government agencies to convey practical benefits from next-generation BIM.

 

Autodesk has tied up with Japan based Nihon Sekkei to offer top-notch BIM practices