Training, New Technology Implementation, Computational Design and Project Management
for the AEC Industry


We believe that an effective training is the cornerstone not only for the implementation of BIM but also for the continuous improvement required to uphold quality in a Firm. We also believe that BIM, Computational Design and awareness of digital tools in general should be taught alongside history, architectural composition, technical drawing. For this reasons, we participate in training with Universities and in few private masters, alongside with providing different training courses for Design Firms and Companies in general.

BIM Implementation

Implementation is a term that refers to “the act of putting a plan into action or of starting to use something”. When it comes to new technology and processes, we prefer to use this term, instead of the simpler term “adoption”, in order to avoid the misconception that introfucing new systems such as BIM into a practice can be done by simply pushing a switch. It’s a transformation act that needs a strong base of self-awareness and a well thought plan.

Computational Design

Computational Design is not simply about using a computer to digitize a thought: it’s an additional tool, a sharp pencil at the service of a self-aware designer who wants to be able to explore more options, follow the path to new ideas, control his project with more awareness and ultimately explore ways that are more daring, both from a formal than a technological point of view.

BIM Project Management

BIM is, among other things, a new way to manage an integrated project: whether you work in a controlled environment or you prefer an AGILE approach, implementation of BIM goes through the integration with a technologically-aware management approach. Among the needed activity of a project manager in a BIM environment, we provide assessment protocols, management of the Common Data Environment, design of workflows, upholding of collaboration documents, model quality check, code and clash detection.