Tag Archive: healthcare

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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Oct 17 2011

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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Sep 23 2011

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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