Sharing information so that all players on the project have a single vision of the construction. Welcome to the BIM age! See the innovative use we make of BIM on one of our sites. Today, we are in Églantines, in Morges (Switzerland), by Losinger Marazzi.
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SerendiCity, Saclay campus’ star student!
In the Plateau de Saclay, the SerendiCity site is firing on all cylinders. Why? The residence must be ready to house more than 1,000 Saclay students at the start of academic year 2017! This operation was developed in record time, and the first symbolic stone was laid on 25 May. Explore behind the scenes. The […]
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