Bergeron Centre a model for fully integrated BIM
It might not have been possible to realize the vision for the Bergeron Centre at York University without building information modelling, or BIM, Paul Stevens said in retrospect. The senior principal at ZAS Architects + Interiors cited the intricate geometry of the 170,000-square-foot facility as having been the biggest risk factor in the project. "It's an ovoid building with eight different arcs, so you end up with some fairly complicated structural forming," he explained. "Added to that is the notion of a 'cloud' façade, which is made up of a series of repetitive triangles rotated at different angles."
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