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ARCHICAD User Wins Prestigious buildingSMART International Award

Italy-based Minnucci Associati has won a buildingSMART International Award for their work on Naples Central Station. The awards honors excellence in use of bSI and Open BIM standards and tools.

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Minnucci Associati has won a buildingSMART International Award for their work on the Operations and Maintenance of the Naples Central Station.

The buildingSMART International Awards recognize outstanding work done on built projects that adopt and use bSI standards and solutions. At the wards ceremony held within the International Standards Summit Conference in Tokyo, Japan, bSI recognized four Awards winners and six Special Distinction recipients.

Minnucci Associati Wins

“We are thrilled with the recognition from buildingSMART International,” Ernesto Minnucci, Minnucci Associati Founding Partner said.  “As firm believers in the OPEN BIM concept, our hope is that other architectural practices will learn from our success.”

“This award underscores GRAPHISOFT’s commitment to OPEN BIM as the future for the AEC industry,” Viktor Varkonyi, GRAPHISOFT CEO said.  “Our sincere congratulations go out to the team at Minnucci Associati for this big win.”

01 – Minnucci Associati wins a buildingSMART International Award for their work using Open BIM workflows and bSI standards.

To watch an interview with Ernesto Minnucci about their work on the Naples Central Station recorded at the GRAPHISOFT 2018 Key Client Conference, please click here.

About buildingSMART

The international home of OPEN BIM, buildingSMART is the worldwide authority driving the transformation of the built asset economy through creation and adoption of open, international standards.

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