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Hinson Miller Kickirillo Architects PLLC - BIM to the Rescue

Posted by hagermancompany on Apr 29, 2013 4:46:22 AM

Small Firm Maximizes Tools to Manage Big Projects


HMKA began using Autodesk Revit Architecture on an experimental basis in 2011. In just two years the firm has successfully completed three projects in Revit and has several more underway. These projects have included both new construction and renovation, and range from a 5,300 square foot dining facility to a 69,000 square foot replacement hospital.

The 25-bed critical access replacement hospital project, which is located near Ft. Valley, Georgia, has been the firm’s largest and most challenging Revit project to date. The design team made the decision to implement Revit because the client expressed a desire to complete the design documents as soon as possible and start construction right away. A well-coordinated early release package by the design team was crucial in order to expedite the construction phase of the project.

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Topics: Case Studies