We had the opportunity to talk to Andreas Myräng, BIM Coordinator of the Tromsø airport project, on behalf of Avinor. With his background as a structural engineer and writer of the project’s BIM strategy, he is the person to talk to learn more about the project and the ambitious BIM requirements. The operator of most […]
For you who are new to Bimfire Tools or just curious to learn more, we’d like to introduce ourselves. The Bimfire Tools team is a tightly knit group of engineers, digital designers, account- and project managers. We develop Bimfire Tools in order to help digitize the fire safety discipline and we are eager to get […]
A little more than a year ago the Bimfire team partnered up with Symetri for the common goal to speed up the digitalization of the fire safety design field. In practice, this means that Bimfire and Symetri are working together to shine a light on digital fire safety and that Symetri is exclusive resealler of […]
From today and onwards you can download the latest version of Bimfire Tools. We call this version 1.0.0, since while the product has been out for a while, we have gathered so much user feed back we’d like to think of this one as the first of its kind. BFT 1.0.0 is all about simplicity, […]
Need help? We got your back! Out team is proud to present our new Help Guide, a support tool for you to better get to know your way around Bimfire Tools. Just head over to our Learning & Support-pages to learn more. Our Help Guide will continue to be updated as we move along, so […]
Now you can read our article about the impact of changing movement patterns may have on the cityscape!
What we have done this spring, is that we have tried to wrap our head around what the past year might mean to how we work and live in the future. Questions we all have asked ourselves, really.