Eindhoven University of Technology (TUe) will be using the BIMlink cloud platform for the management of its real estate data on campus. The partnership was recently ratified for a duration of ten years.
TUe has nearly 300,000 square meters of real estate on the campus, with a capacity for over 14,000 students and 4,000 employees. The university is working on the renovation of real estate, including educational buildings, laboratories and offices.
TUe was looking for a cloud platform for this project to build a future-proof real estate file. In BIMlink’s smart Document Management System (DMS), the university can manage both existing buildings and new buildings with the latest technologies. The implementation and design of the DMS and the associated workflows will take about half a year. The TUe employees involved will receive training and support so the university can manage the real estate data with BIMlink from mid-2023.
BIMlink managing director Roy van der Velden is proud of the new relationship. “After Wageningen University & Research, we have a second wonderful large university with TUe as a customer,” says Roy. “From BIMlink we will take care of the transition seamlessly by uploading all the TUe’s existing real estate data in BIMlink. This way, TUe can make a flying start in its journey to the desired future-proof real estate file.”
Kick-off at TUe
During the kick-off meeting on the university campus, project manager Anki Visscher (photo) of TUe spoke about the new possibilities for employees through the use of BIMlink. “It is very nice for me and the TU Eindhoven project team that is working on this project, to see the great enthusiasm and that the curiosity of other colleagues and departments is stimulated more and more,” says an enthusiastic Anki Visscher.