All of the projects will be submitted for close inspection by the jury, which is this year presided over by Hélène Gobert, Project Director at l’École Normale Supérieure (ENS) Paris–Saclay, the winner of the BIM d’Or in 2015. Find out about the 2016 selection :
21st district in Pantin (Seine-Saint-Denis)
A former Marchal factory will be converted into 44 housing units by the Brézillon company.
Lidl logistics centre in Honguemare Guenouville (Eure)
BIM was used in the design phase to define the geometrical, physical and thermal properties of the Entreprise building. The works will be carried out by Bouygues Bâtiment Nord–Est.
Construction of a hotel on the Palexpo site in Geneva (Switzerland)
Amongst other things, Losinger Marazzi will use BMI for the most powerful encryption possible, to create an execution file for the structure, and to draw up a plan for the layout of precast slab forms (an implementation process for projects with tight deadlines).
Résidence Aliziari – 30 passive housing units in Malaunay (Seine-Maritime)
In this project, BIM was used by Bouygues Bâtiment Grand Ouest to compare offers, as an information tool, and for open source interoperability, and will also be used to manage the properties.
Modernisation of the Edouard Herriot hospital in Lyon (Isère)
Bouygues Bâtiment Sud-Est, Spie, and Snef will carry out the modernisation of the symbolic hospital and the restructuring of part of its galleries, which act as essential foundations for the joining structures between wings.
To find out more about the winners, come on the 19 September 2016.