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2014 BIM Award Program
Category: Delivery Process Innovation
Pegula Ice Arena at The Pennsylvania State University
Crawford Architects in association with Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
With Subconsultants Mortenson Construction, Thornton Tomasetti, and KJWW Engineering
Documented benefits of quality achieved. Feels like very strong construction through all documentation. Multiple BIM use beyond design and construction. This had a level of complexity unseen in others. The use of CAVE and how they reached out to their donor base was impressive. Not many owners would think of that. They did a great way of making it understandable. This is an owner-centric message and a powerful teaching example.#CaseStudies #2014BIMAwardProgram