Category: architecture

CodeBook used on shortlisted HOK London BIM project

Please forgive yet another AU2011-related blog post – and another plug for Lachmi Khemlani’s AECbytes newsletter – but CodeBook is mentioned in her description of the project finalists in HOK’s second Annual BIM Awards. This is an internal competition to evaluate and award projects within global architectural firm HOK that have exhibited exemplary use of BIM technology in four main …

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AECbytes AU2011 review features CodeBook

AECbytes

We were delighted to welcome Dr Lachmi Khemlani of AECbytes to the CodeBook International booth at Autodesk University last month, and version 10 of CodeBook gets a whole paragraph in the latest edition of AECbytes Newsletter: AEC Exhibitor Highlights from Autodesk University 2011. CodeBook International showed the new version 10 of its CodeBook platform, which now …

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CodeBook and geoparametricinfotegrity

Forget the saying “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.” We’ve come back from Autodesk University 2011 (post) with lots of business cards and requests for further information about CodeBook. An AU session by Elizabeth Chodosh (senior associate and BIM specialist at Cannon Design‘s Phoenix, Arizona office) prompted a massive increase in traffic to the CodeBook stand. …

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AECOM applies CodeBook to major US Army hospital project

We were delighted to read an AECOM news release regarding its application of Building Information Modelling (BIM) – and CodeBook in particular – to a major US Army hospital project, the Martin Army Community Hospital project for the US Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah district, in Fort Benning, Georgia. Under the design-build contract with Turner …

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Think healthcare, think complexity….

When I first started designing healthcare facilities back in the 1980s, they were fiendishly complicated buildings. While the basic structures posed few challenges, the nature of the activities they housed and the diverse range of equipment and services needed to support those activities meant we were constantly managing incredibly detailed information. And because hospitals typically contain …

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New, independent CodeBook blog

CodeBook Lama

As a sign of the widespread interest in CodeBook, it was great to discover that one of our end-users has decided to set up his own independent CodeBook blog. Chris Razzell, practice CodeBook Leader at Hassell, an architects’ firm based in Sydney, Australia, has started the CodeBookLama, “aimed at educating, promoting good practice and demystifying the use of …

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Welcome to the CodeBook blog

CodeBook International Ltd was incorporated in 1999, some six years after the first CodeBook application was released. Since 1999, the application has been deployed across an increasingly diverse range of markets. We showed what it could do on healthcare projects, and the potential of the software was soon recognised by designers, owners and managers working …

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