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Plan, Build, and Operate More Efficiently and Sustainably with Software Solutions from the Nemetschek Group

Wednesday, July 13th, 2022

Two megatrends are dominating the current discussion and both present major challenges and opportunities. Alongside digitalization, sustainability is right in the spotlight. Climate targets, circular economy, CO2 pricing, the use of the latest methods and processes – there are countless initiatives and measures across the construction industry to curb climate change and its consequences. Every single one of them is facing challenges. The good news is that significant improvements can be achieved with proven digital solutions. Across the entire life cycle, a building can be planned, built, and managed much more efficiently and thus more sustainably – cost savings included. The following cases demonstrate that sustainability and efficiency go hand in hand – when relying on the right software tools, such as the solutions from the Nemetschek Group


Shaping the World together: Innovative Startups and the Nemetschek Group

Thursday, May 19th, 2022

The construction industry is one of the world’s biggest emitters of CO2. Of all materials used in construction, 10% are unnecessary or are wasted, and 30% of all construction work is spent fixing errors. Also, 90% of all large construction projects overrun in terms of time or cost. Why is that the case? One of the most important reasons is the urgent need to catch up in terms of digitalization. The Nemetschek Group is driving innovation with their software solutions, combining it with investments in entrepreneurship and young, successful startups.

Driving Innovation within the Construction industry

Even in the planning and construction process, efficiency and sustainability could – and must – be significantly increased through comprehensive digitalization. Fortunately, a rethink is currently taking place among many stakeholders in the construction lifecycle – driven by an innovative, disruptive start-up industry that is providing countless creative ideas for more sustainable construction. The number of startups in the construction industry developing digital solutions to better connect machines, building materials, and people is growing steadily. In addition to know-how and entrepreneurship, these young entrepreneurs bring one crucial quality to the table: the power of persuasion to inspire the rather traditional, conservative, and fragmented construction industry to embrace their solutions. For example, Madaster, based in the Netherlands and Berlin, managed in a very short time to win 33 well-known German companies as supporters for its new online materials register. With Madaster, every registered building receives a so-called material passport, on which the amount of material, reuse potential, material value and the current residual raw material value are shown. This is a highly recent issue; for instance, the German government is planning the introduction of a digital building resource passport. This is also intended to promote a circular economy in the building sector. Madaster has its finger on the pulse here.

Transforming Drawing Management Workflows with Nemetschek Solutions – One Client’s Story

Thursday, December 3rd, 2020


Justin Lind, Office Manager and Estimator at Wyoming Linz

Wyoming Linz, a steel detailing contractor based in Wyoming, USA, have been using SDS/2 and Bluebeam in conjunction to streamline their drawing management processes. Justin Lind, Office Manager and Estimator at Wyoming Linz, describes how leveraging the powerful automation opportunities offered by these two software packages from the Nemetschek Group portfolio has enabled the company to save significant amounts of time and reduce errors, while also improving their relationships with their project partners.

How do you use Bluebeam and SDS/2 for your drawing management?

While we have been paperless for nearly 20 years using Bluebeam, we have been developing this process over the last two years to create more efficient workflows. We keep all the current contract documents on a Bluebeam Studio Session where they are always accessible. Then we take the time to set up bookmarks and page labels, which makes the documents easier to navigate. The built-in Bluebeam tools make this easy to do, and we also break the contract documents into three color-coded sets – the architectural, structural, and trades drawings. With the labeling set up, we can then use the batch hyperlinking and specific hyperlinking features to quickly create links within the documents.


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