ARCHICAD has been named as the BIM Product of the Year for the seventh year running. Created by GRAPHISOFT, the leading building information modelling software developer for architects has revealed that their latest version of ARCHICAD 21 has been awarded with the accolade of BIM Product of the Year award at the Construction Computing Magazine Awards.
This in the twelfth annual Construction Computing Magazine Awards to take place in the United Kingdom. GRAPHISOFT has won this prestigious award for the seventh year in a row, which indicates the quality of the product on offer by the building information modelling software.
The Construction Computing Awards is affectionately referred to as The Hammers, with winners nominated and then voted for by professionals across the industry as well as real users in order to make sure that the quality of the winning product is the highest quality. This Awards scheme is one of the few awards that cover the use of IT in design and construction. The Awards programme are also celebrated for showing the actual users’ experiences with products that are used for delivering projects.
GRAPHISOFT’s latest award is well-deserved and a demonstration of the quality of the product, that embodies the idea of OPEN BIM as well as the power of interfacing with a range of other software products. It is great to see ARCHICAD recognised by its users and readers as a part of this annual competition. The success of the company at these awards year after year, recognises the value that has been attached by designers for the regular improvements made to ARCHICAD.
Along with this highly coveted award, one of the company’s client, Bond Bryan Digital has won a third BIM Project of the Year for the LEGO Architecture meets BIM project that was carried out this year.