ECOBUILD PRESENTATION: ECODOMUS ENABLES COBIE AT TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY

WASHINGTON, DC – Igor Starkov, President of EcoDomus, is going to present a case study on a successful implementation of COBie at the Texas A&M University’s Health Science Center project during the upcoming EcoBuild conference.

Working with EcoDomus’ business partner – Broaddus & Associates – the team created the most advanced COBie data set in the industry for the $100M project. EcoDomus software was utilized by Broaddus & Associates’ data managers to clean and aggregate design and construction data in a comprehensive, COBie compliant data set for the future handover to a client and integration with the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS).

Please come and see us on December 6th at 9am in the Washington DC Convention Center. If you can’t attend – we’ll be glad to repeat the presentation to you via a private web meeting.

About EcoBuild conference: At Ecobuild, you’ll discover strategies to reduce environmental and energy impacts … throughout every phase of the facility lifecycle. You’ll also learn to improve workflow and communications by leveraging the latest technology. Get integrated, proven solutions encompassing: Building Information Modeling (BIM), green technology, high performance building, sustainable design, energy-efficiency, smart buildings, security and more! No matter what your discipline – from architecture, engineering, construction, facility management, to development and more – go beyond events where attendees talk in silos. Come to Ecobuild where real collaboration with the entire construction team is advancing our industry’s performance today.

About EcoDomus: EcoDomus is the leading provider of software products and services that enable the most efficient and lean data collection during design and construction for further delivery of the data to building owners and facility managers. EcoDomus solutions integrate Building Information Models (BIM) with Facility Management software (CMMS/CAFM/IWMS), with Building Automation Systems (BAS) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for the most complete analysis of building performance and maintenance.

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