Discover many examples of the use of Building Information Modeling (BIM) on some large health care projects in Europe and see BIM implementation used for a new typology of hospitals developed since 2005 by Brunet Saunier Architecture in Paris. The use of Autodesk® Revit® Architecture software corresponds to the advent of this new typology of hospitals. Jacques Lévy-Bencheton, Architect and BIM Manager since 1992 in Brunet Saunier will describe his company, describe their BIM processes and workflows, and explain how the company succeeded in their transition from CAD to BIM, making them one of the leading architectural practices in France. You will learn about the following hospitals projects: Cannes, Douai, Toulon, Lagny near Disneyland, and the modular hospital of Argenteuil. You will also see a more in-depth technical presentation on the projects of the University Hospital of Geneva and the Chambery Hospital.
- Explain the importance of using BIM in health care projects
- Describe some of Brunet Saunier Architecture’s projects
- Explain the evolution of the different hospital typologies
Jacques Lévy-Bencheton, Architecte D.P.L.G. - BIM Manager Partner at Brunet Saunier Architecture Lectures : BIM Conférence 2010 – « Presentation of two major hospital projects made digital model ». BIM Conférence 2008 – « The use of BIM and 3D model for major architectural projects ». BIM experience award in 2007 receive by Jay Bhatt Vice president, AEC Solutions Autodesk, Inc. Publications : Les Cahiers Techniques du Bâtiment Mai 2012 « Design using a numerical model » SmartMarket Report 2010 McGrawHill CONSTRUCTION - « Applying BIM to projects of Any Size » ESEAN Nantes France Autodesk Magazine 2008 – « Talk » Autodesk Magazine 2007 – « Work the way you think » Le Moniteur 2006 – « The single data model »
Emmanuel Di Giacomo