CONJECT, the leading international supplier of SaaS solutions for BIM and the whole lifecycle of property and infrastructure assets, announces that CONJECT CDE, a development of its proven collaboration platform, is available to all existing clients in the GCC and wider Middle East supported base of customers, as well as new clients.
The CONJECT CDE helps asset owners, contractors and consultants to implement and continuously improve robust, repeatable, working practices and information processes to enable them and their supply chains to work competitively with BIM.
Dubai Municipality was the first to government agency mandate the use of BIM for architectural and MEP works for all buildings 40 stories or higher; facilities/buildings that are 300,000 sqft or larger; all hospitals, universities and other similarly specialised buildings, and all buildings that are being delivered by/through an international party.
CONJECT Regional Director for the Middle East Dr Asif Sharif, said, “Dubai is leading the way in the Middle East, but it’s part of a larger regional trend in adopting BIM for private and public sector projects.”
BIM is relatively new, so markets, companies and people are learning and constantly evolving their ideas. CONJECT can help organisations react rapidly to new concepts and embrace continuous improvement principles, whether these be in design, construction, operations or maintenance.
Dr Sharif added, “CDE’s are an evolutionary need to facilitate BIM. We have innovated and developed our existing proven application to meet the requirements of BIM customers and their supply chain, offering collaboration with control, throughout the plan-design-build-operate lifecycle.”