Meet us at BIM World MUNICH 2022
14.11.2022 – Granlund attends the BIM World MUNICH at Finnish pavilion.
Granlund is attending the BIM World MUNICH 2022 as one of the companies in the Finnish BIM Pavilion. The event will take place November 22 – 23 in Munich, Germany.
BIM World MUNICH is a trade fair for digital solutions in the construction industry. Finland has accompanied the event since 2017 and has always been represented with own Finnish BIM Pavilion.
Finnish pavilion – find us at stand 40
Granlund can be found at the Finnish pavilion on stand number 40. We are the market leader in MEP in Finland and the leading BIM expert in sustainable digital lifecycle implementation. At BIM Wordl Munich we will be representing our services also in 4D scheduling, sustainability and property management.
Our Business Development Director of Sustainability, Tytti Bruce-Hyrkäs will also participate the expert panel “BIM 4 NetZero II”. The panel takes place on November, 23, 3:15 pm – 4:00 pm, Congress Stage 1 and will be held in English.
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Our software Granlund Manager is a cloud-based property maintenance and energy management software, that creates smarter ways of working, healthier buildings and happier people.
With Granlund Manager you can take property management to a whole new level. You will get up-to-date knowledge for making smart decisions, and long-term planning is easier.
Ous sustainability services help to reduce emissions from properties, organisations and construction projects in a systematic and cost-efficient way. Our diverse expertise covers environmental certification, reporting and monitoring of the property’s conditions.
Make the most out of our strong expertise: together, we can find the best ways to achieve low-carbon development.
4D scheduling services
The illustrative 4D scheduling increases the productivity of the construction project and prevents scheduling and cost risks. We support the management of the construction site and implementation planning with visualization, for example, in terms of schedules, costs, safety or carbon emissions.
Any 3D data model is suitable as a starting point for the scheduling.
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