The Construction Computing Awards (also known as The Hammers) showcase and reward the technology, tools, and solutions for the effective design, construction, maintenance, and modification of commercial buildings, residential and social housing, and civil engineering projects of all sizes.
Results are determined by Construction Computing Magazine reader votes and decisions by a panel of judges across the Industry.
“We are really pleased that our software vendors have again been honoured and recognised by the Construction Computing Awards,” says Scott Berry, Managing Director, Applecore Designs Limited.
Model based design and BIM authoring software, ARCHICAD, mobile presentation tool BIMx and BIM validation software Solibri were all honoured at this year’s Construction Computing Awards ceremony. ARCHICAD successively won BIM Product of the Year for the 9th year in a row.
The awards ceremony was held on 14 November 2019 in London. Over 200 attendees from industry-leading companies attended the event, which included a champagne reception and a three-course dinner.
BIM Product of 2019
Graphisoft ARCHICAD 23 – a complete design suite with 2D and 3D drafting, visualisation and other building information modelling functions for architects and building designers.
“The developers of the software we distribute are committed to continue to write the leading BIM tools natively on PC and Mac, with OPEN BIM support and advanced workflow capabilities” Scott Berry
Mobile/Field Technology App of 2019
Graphisoft BIMx – allows you to explore model based design interactively on iOS and Android mobile devices. It features the ‘BIMx Hyper-model’, a unique technology for navigating the integrated 2D drawing sheets, 3D models and BIM data.
Applecore Designs specialises in the implementation of model-based design software solutions (BIM authoring and validation) and services (training and coaching) for architecture and the building industry. For software enquiries, contact us here or call us on 0121 447 7747 (Birmingham) or 020 7734 1837 (London).