Finland and Baltics BIM Awards is open to all Tekla users from Finland and the Baltic countries. Entry is open also for project teams (two or more companies in a project use Tekla Structures). With project team based submission we want to emphasize the importance of BIM collaboration.
See examples on our references and Finland and Baltics BIM Awards 2016 -pages. Enter your project before April 30th 2017. Trimble has the right to reject a model from the competition if any of the required materials are missing.
Entrants must provide:
By entering a model into the competition, you permit Trimble to use the model and images of the model for marketing and sales demonstration purposes (including e.g. publishing the model to Tekla Web Viewer or Tekla BIMsight application and using project information and images in Trimble marketing material). Ownership of the material remains with the original owners. By entering a project to the competition, you guarantee that using the material does not infringe the rights of any third parties.
The competition is only open for projects that have not previously entered similar Trimble competitions.
Trimble has the right to reject a model from the competition if any required material is missing.
Voting is open to the public during 30.5.-9.6.2017, and can be promoted by the competing company. The competing projects are visible at the Trimble Website. Only one vote per person will be counted.
The winners of the Tekla Finland and Baltics BIM Awards 2017 competition will be decided by a jury of leading BIM experts. In addition to the winning project, the jury may reward other projects with special recognitions.
The members of the jury are:
- Helena Soimakallio, RIL
- Veijo Käyhty, Rakennuslehti
- Päivi Jäväjä, Metropolia University of Applied Sciences
- Teemu Lehtinen, KIRA-digi
- Tuomas Hörkkö, Civilpoint
- Jari Heino, Trimble
The jury will select the winner of the competition based on the following criteria:
- Extensive usage of BIM models in the design phase (level of development, data content supports generally accepted standards, multimaterial, etc.)
- BIM based collaboration between project disciplines, i.e. BIM based design management and coordination
- Utilization of BIM in fabrication phase, use of BIM data in production automation
- Use of BIM and information based solution at construction site
- Innovative practices in modelling and using BIM
The winners receive:
- The winner of Tekla Finland and Baltics BIM Awards 2017 will be rewarded with a trophy and a printed brochure of the winning project
- The winner by popular vote will be rewarded with a free training day of any chosen topic (list price 1400€)
- A prize will be drawn between all voters. This year we drawed a black Polar M400 sports watch and the lucky winner was Jaana Björn.
The winners will be announced on 20.6.
- Enter your project before 30.4.2017.
- Web voting is open 30.5.-9.6.2017.
- Winners will be announced 20.6.2017.
Enter the Tekla BIM Awards to gain loads of publicity for your company − especially if you win!