Century Group continues to work with Summit BIM for BIM Standards Compliance
Summit BIM is thrilled to continue working with Century Group in the later stages of design and construction phase of the four-tower, mixed-use Holland Parkside project.
In early 2020, Century Group initiated an owner-driven BIM process. Together with Summit BIM, they developed a set of BIM requirements that would provide the facilities management team with the data they needed to run the facility.
As they move forward, the project team, with the help of Summit BIM, will begin collecting the data identified in the BIM requirements. Summit BIM will monitor BIM standards compliance with ongoing model audits and virtual coordination runs to ensure that:
- Project quality is upheld with a robust BIM process.
- Tracked assets are identified early and data is collected around them in all project phases.
- The project team has the data they need for decision-making.
“This is a natural progression of our relationship with Summit BIM,” says Stefan Melynk, Director, Mixed Use Projects, Century Group. “We are now building out the data that our facilities management teams need to effectively manage the building.”
“We are delighted to continuing working with Century Group,” says Geraldine Rayner, Managing Principal, Summit BIM. “We will help organize, audit, and provide quality control for the data coming from all project participants and consolidate it in a single, trusted location.”
Century Group is a family-owned, mixed-use real estate development company committed to building sustainable communities that define neighbourhoods. Each project is built with the aim of reduced energy use and creating communities with walkable streets, where people live, shop and work. Learn more about the Holland Parkside project here or visit the Century Group website.