7D BIM makes shortlist for AJ100's Best Use of Technology Award

Cartwright Pickard has been shortlisted for the AJ100's Best Use of Technology Award for our pioneering 7D BIM research project, which integrates whole life cost estimation with BIM.

Alongside the Mackintosh School of Architecture, we have conducted research into new software that will greatly assist the government in achieving these essential targets. The revolutionary technology will integrate advanced BIM (Building Information Modelling) with cloud-based whole life cost and carbon databases, enabling those commissioning and designing buildings to make better and more informed decisions at every stage of the design process.

7D BIM will allow those in the architecture, engineering and construction industries to more accurately predict whole life cost and carbon, allowing them to understand the long-term viability of alternative design options.

Read more on our dedicated 7D BIM page.

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