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Digitising Existing Buildings – new webinar series

BIM awareness and adoption has increased in the UK by over 60% in the last 8 years, but it’s not all just about new builds.

Service Works Global has over 25 years’ experience of working with digital models, BIM, and helping FMs extract the benefits. We’ve created a webinar series to show how and why any building can be digitised – whether it be housing, office, retail unit, hospital or stadium.

Digitising Existing Buildings from Drawings – 29th Sep at 10am
Find out how accurate models of your buildings can be made from paper or CAD drawings or floorplans, while also reducing costs and time spent completing works.

Digitising Existing Buildings Using 3D Laser Scanning & Modelling – 7th Oct at 10am
Learn how models can be created from laser scanning and modelling to classify use of space for easier business analysis. You will also hear how the two-way integration with CAFM can help you better manage assets for greater business efficiency.

Creating the Digital Twin – 14th Oct at 10am
A digital twin is the next level in accessing data and improving FM service. Learn how a digital twin can be made of your building to create an accurate, virtual replica to reduce maintenance costs by predicting maintenance issues before breakdowns occur.

Each session lasts just 30 minutes and will explain digitisation through to BIM and digital twins from a facilities and property management point of view.

Click here to register for the webinars.

For more information on the webinars or to discuss how SWG can digitise your buildings, please email info@swg.com.

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