The North European countries have one of the highest adoption levels of BIM-driven workflows in the world. This newly established collaboration presents a fantastic opportunity to foster BIM implementation even further.
Frank Schuyer, CEO at Xinaps, shares:
“We’re excited to work together with Symetri. They are a reliable partner who shares the same vision of utilizing building data and fostering integrated BIM processes.”
The new collaboration is beneficial to both companies. Symetri expands their plethora of products and services. This will strengthen their position in the market and enable them to provide unique solutions to their customers. With Symetri, Xinaps is setting foot in more BIM-driven countries and has the possibility to offer local service and support in Northern Europe.
As Per Carlsson said, Business Unit Director AEC at Symetri:
“We are excited about this partnership with Xinaps, This strengthens our BIM portfolio and supports customers to work even smarter. With Xinaps, architects and engineers can perform better analyses, such as daylight and accessibility and have result visualizations within their BIM models.
Using Xinaps to validate as they work, design professionals can minimize errors, automate mundane, traditionally manual tasks and mitigate risks of cost overrun by eliminating design flaws. Often overlooked, early design stage is when connected BIM starts and lots of decisions are made. Xinaps analyzes building data and visualizes potential bottlenecks which empowers the design team to make better-informed decisions in preliminary phase. Symetri shares that passion and understands the need for connected BIM throughout the whole Design-Build chain. Together, the two companies make a step further in designing data-driven building models.