Case bimO open innovation: Solibri as an instrument for Model Management

During the presentation Franco Rebecchi and Francesca Facchini from bimO open innovation showcase a project on transforming an old factory into a modern data center. In addition, Lauri Luoma from Solibri shows how you can use the rule SOL/234/1.2 "component inside component".

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Webinar content:

  • Case bimO open innovation: Solibri as an instrument for Model Management. Franco Rebecchi, Architect and General Manager and Francesca Facchini, Architect and BIM Specialist at bimO open innovation.
  • Solibri demo. Lauri Luoma, Customer Success Manager at Solibri.
  • Q&A: Going through audience questions.

Case bimO open innovation: Solibri as an instrument for Model Management

Franco Rebecchi is the General Manager and Founder of bimO open innovation. Always attentive and curious about the great possibilities coming from the implementation of new digital technologies, after founding an associated studio, RS2 Architetti, he has started working aside with his staff on the first BIM projects since 2006. He founded bimO open innovation in 2016, and it is the first Italian innovative startup dedicated to BIM. The startup aims to give an important contribution to digitalization of architecture, engineering and construction industry through the revolutionary new approach of BIM design.

Francesca Facchini is an architect and BIM Specialist at bimO open innovation. Graduated in Switzerland, for the last 4 years she has been working on projects following every step of the construction, developing BIM models from first concept to executive plans.