Category Archive: Healthcare

Apr 27 2015

CodeBook Room Data Collector Part 3

Part 3, One of the questions we get asked almost daily is what if? What if Joe Blogs adds 50 power outlets to a range of rooms? Well, Should Joe have the ability to do this in the first instance would be the first question that’s asked, the second question would be how can we …

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Jun 04 2014

Concern that Building Owners are not going to get what they require or what they expect from BIM

When considering the use of BIM, it is important to be clear about the expected benefits.  There is a danger in the rush to embrace the new ways of working optimism and expectation can lead to disappointment and wasted effort.  It is important to identify work flows, what data should be modelled and where it …

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May 27 2014

CodeBook Releases Room Data Sheet (RDS) Creator

News release   May 27, 2014   CodeBook Releases Room Data Sheet (RDS) Creator Revit® App – Introductory Offer US$ 69.00 May 27, 2014, London, UK: CodeBook Solutions Inc. (CBS) launches its newest Revit® app in a series making workflow simpler, quicker and reducing workload increasing productivity. CBS Flex Documenter creates .doc and .pdf Room …

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Mar 25 2014

Overcoming BIM adoption inertia – The road to the new nirvana

There’s almost a universal acceptance of the benefits of BIM with adoption pressures driven by external and / or internal sources: Government decree at local and national level and private sector owners / operators who recognised the benefits BIM delivers over the total building life cycle and its cost saving opportunities Forward thinking organisations recognizing …

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Mar 07 2014

CodeBookPro in used on largest hospital project in North America – CHUM Montreal

It was a great opportunity during my recent visit to Montreal to see an actual building CodeBookPro has been implemented on and talk all to those involved in the design and construction of the project. On my first morning I was surprised to open my hotel room blinds to the see the CHUM under construction …

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Jan 17 2014

Let’s forget the three letters in BIM!

Take a step back from the hype, spin and lies to concentrate on only the “I”. It does not matter whether we call it “information” or “data” these are facts plan and simple. The cumulative effect of capturing facts is the development of knowledge and as we all know knowledge is power. So let’s forget …

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Dec 21 2012

CodeBook in AECbytes

Dr Lachmi Khemlani was a welcome visitor to our CodeBook stand at Autodesk University last month (post), and has written about v.11 and the application’s new user interface in her AECbytes e-newsletter. She describes our BIM collaboration and information management solution and its purpose, and its integration with Revit and other BIM applications, and usefully links …

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Dec 13 2012

AU2012 and EcoBuild America

We had a great response to the new version (v.11) of CodeBook and lots of visitors to our stands at both Autodesk University in Las Vegas and Ecobuild America in Washington DC recently (post; if you’re interested, we’ve posted some photos from these events in an album on our Facebook page). While at AU2012, we met …

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Aug 15 2012

Australia CodeBook User Group plans local meetings

The Codebook User Group – Australia on LinkedIn is planning its first meetings – on 28 August 6pm EST. John Temple (regional principal at Brisbane-based Woodhead) is aiming to organise local meetings in Sydney, Brisbane and Perth, all linked together via the web. Venues to be confirmed! In the LinkedIn discussion, he writes: This is intended …

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Jun 29 2012

Clarifying the CodeBook-Revit connections at RTC USA

CodeBook summarised

For this week’s Revit Technology Conference, we produced some new banner stands, and on one of them we have tried to summarise up the CodeBook offering in a single graphic: We think it captures most of the key points we usually make about CodeBook, and, on the evidence of the first day at RTC, it …

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