Affectionately know as ‘The Hammers,’ the Construction Computing Magazine Awards showcase and reward the technology, tools and solutions for the effective design, construction, maintenance, and modification of commercial buildings, residential and social housing, and civil engineering projects of all sizes.
Hundreds of industry guests gathered recently in London to see the outcome of the readers’ online voting and judging panel’s deliberations. Once again, and for the 4th year in a row, ArchiCAD has won the Construction Computing Magazine Award in the ‘BIM Product of the Year’ category.
“It’s great to see votes from users and readers deliver GRAPHISOFT a strong showing not only for ArchiCAD and BIMx, but also for the outstanding work of our partners and customers,” said Akos Pfemeter, Vice President of Marketing, GRAPHISOFT.
Along with the highly prized product awards won by GRAPHISOFT, ArchiCAD-based architects LSI Architects, of both London and Norwich, United Kingdom, was honored with the ‘Collaboration Project of the Year’ award. Additionally, UK Partner GRAPHISOFT Connect was runner-up for the ‘Channel Partner of the Year’ award.
The Construction Computing Awards include an array of categories and what’s interesting about them is they include implementation winners, such as the LSI Architects winner noted above. It might also be worth noting that this year the Product of the Year award went to Asite’s Adoddle, a company that says they turn chaos into order. More on them in a second. But runner up for product of the year was ArchiCAD 18. So GRAPHISOFT nearly won another award in 2014.
We last wrote about Asite’s Adoddle back in July of this year but we first mentioned them in 2012 when we noted Asite was an organizer of the Build Qartar 2012 Open BIM design competition. Asite Adoddle is a cloud-based platform for collaboration and document and content management. We first starting writing notably about online web 2.0 type tools back in the middle of last decade.