Last night, Bond Bryan Digital won “BIM Project of the year 2017” for ‘LEGO Architecture meets BIM’ at the Construction Computing Awards 2017. The awards affectionately known as The Hammers recognise both technology solutions and their use in the construction industry.
This hat-trick follows Bond Bryan’s success in the same category in both 2015 (Bradford College) and 2016 (East Dormitory).
The award was presented by Chris Cowdrey, former England cricket captain and comedian Ian Stone.
Editor of Construction Computing Magazine, David Chadwick took time out before handing out the final award to give a special mention to the LEGO project as something that is not only a valuable resource for industry but should act as a vehicle to inspire the next generation to join the construction industry.
Associate Director, Rob Jackson said: “The LEGO project has been something of a hobby for almost 2 years, developed over many evenings and weekends, but whilst a lot of it has been fun, it’s been a challenge to develop it into a coherent and (almost) complete series. The project set out to inspire others to move the construction industry forward and to win an award for it really makes those hours worthwhile”. Rob added “to win the award against such great competition was great but to have managed to pull off winning the same award three years in a row was a really proud moment!”
To read the ‘LEGO Architecture meets BIM’ blog series so far (there’s still one more piece to come) visit our blog here.
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