After many months of the qualification process, on May 24, 2021, we signed an agreement with the Agencja Rozwoju Przemysłu for a grant for the purchase of a software license in the field of architecture and construction - Architecture Engineering and Construction Collection along with the implementation of Technology.
The project is co-financed under the ARP S.A. Open Innovation Network. Competition 4/2020. The Intelligent Development Operational Program 2014-2020 and the component of Actions 2.2 Open innovations - supporting technology transfer.
The AEC Collection is the most modern tool that includes a suite of innovative and interrelated installation design tools. This technology implements a completely new approach to design - the so-called building information modeling (BIM), ensuring better coordination of projects and cooperation with the investor, general contractor, efficient design processes, 3D visualizations, higher quality of implementation. The process of checking for the occurrence of clashes is automated, as well as describing them and introducing modifications quickly. Another advantage is full inter-branch coordination on one central file, where all information is always up-to-date and available to everyone involved in a given project. In addition, thanks to the modules for calculating and analyzing the energy of the building structure and the designed installations, it is possible to optimize energy consumption and thus reduce greenhouse gas emissions, allowing the design of more "green" facilities.
The aim of the project is to provide our clients with a new quality of design services at the highest level with the use of the latest software using BIM technology.
The planned effects are an increase in efficiency and profitability of the company as well as an increase in the competitiveness of our design services. Better designs, done in less time, will set our company apart from competitors still working in a traditional design environment.
Project value: PLN 237,663.00
Co-financing obtained: PLN 202,013.55
Grant Agreement number: SOI/TT/25/2021