SAN FRANCISCO, CA – EcoDomus has been selected for Kaiser Permanente’s Oakland Medical Center BIM to FM and COBie implementation.
The Oakland Medical Center (OMC) project is the template project for NFS, and EcoDomus is working with project’s general contractor – McCarthy Building and project consultant – Broaddus & Associates, to set up the workflows and technologies that would be applied to other projects. EcoDomus PM software will be integrated with Tekla CM and Autodesk BIM 360 (Vela) applications.
Kaiser Permanente’s National Facilities Services (NFS) has recognized the transformational change that BIM can provide and has committed to the use of the BIM moving forward. A BIM Workgroup has been created to oversee and manage that direction within NFS and to assess the current as-is state, compared to the organizational direction and objectives set forth for the year 2015.
NFS hired EcoDomus to help identify the BIM Roadmap, and the workgroup has made recommendations to Sr. Leadership to proceed with key elements to move the program forward.
About Kaiser Permanente:
Founded in 1945, Kaiser Permanente is one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit health plans, serving more than 9 million members, with headquarters in Oakland, Calif. It owns and manages close to 70 million square feet of facilities.
EcoDomus is the leading provider of software products and services that enable the most efficient and lean data collection and delivery to building owners and facility managers during design and construction. 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.