Benoy is expanding its BIM team across its 10 studios with the launch of a global 3d design technology chief.
The company’s global BIM coordinator is Andrew Tape who will take on this new role alongside a team of studio staff.
Executive director David Coyne said: “Through this role, Andrew will be able to manage the coordination of our work across the 10 studios, enabling the firm to unify its working methods and identify design concerns which can be quickly and effectively resolved, thus reducing issues down the line. We believe this Global Team will further raise the Benoy offer for our clients.”
The company’s BIM-based projects include Caspian Waterfront in Baku, Azerbaijan, an 116,000m2 dynamic, mixed-use development.
As a London Studio project, the technology has allowed each stage of this design to be more accessible for the locally based client.
Tape said: “Caspian among other schemes illustrate the strength and experience the business already has with this technology; the decision to create a specific Team from the global level down highlights the firm’s commitment to continue to advance this expertise and raise the quality standard clients expect from Benoy.”