Bolzano/Online, 15th October 2020 – This autumn, Fraunhofer Italia is celebrating its 10th anniversary. The organization, which is dedicated to supporting applied research, marked the occasion by organizing an expert discussion entitled “Planning the factories of tomorrow”. Around 50 participants listened to some fascinating lectures – digitally via Zoom – on the subjects of digital design, BIM software, and BIM from the client’s perspective.
As one of Europe’s leading integrated design offices, ATP was also invited in person in the shape of Martin Lukasser, Head of Business Development at ATP Innsbruck. In his lecture he offered fascinating insights into the digital design of buildings with BIM at ATP.
“We at ATP are very aware of our responsibility as a design company that operates right across Europe” saidMartin Lukasser at the start of his lecture before continuing: “As we contribute to the realization of such a large volume of buildings, our constant objective is to design and build sustainable, lifecycle-oriented, and CO2-reduced buildings.”
As a successful practical example of the integrated use of BIM, Martin Lukasser presented the headquarters of Markas, which were integrally designed by ATP Innsbruck: “Markas was one of the first projects that we designed with BIM right through to the facility management level.” This led to huge time savings for all participants in the building process, much more precise cost calculations for the entire lifecycle, and the minimum possible consumption of resources.