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University geriatric medicine FELIX PLATTER, Basel

In Basel, the FELIX PLATTER University Center for Geriatric Medicine opened the doors of its new building on schedule after only six years of planning and construction. Building Information Modeling (BIM) played a key role in the project from the outset. Thanks to BIM2FM – newly developed and used in practice for the first time – data from planning and execution can now also be used during building operation.

Additional value

The first hospital building in Europe to use a seamless BIM approach.

Project data

Client:

FELIX PLATTER University Center for Geriatric Medicine, Basel

Location:

Basel, Switzerland

Project duration:

August 2013 - April 2019

Architects:

Wörner Traxler Richter Architekten, Frankfurt; Holzer Kobler Architekturen, Zurich

GFA :

45.800 m²

Leels:

7

Beds:

280

Indiviual services

  • Overall project management on behalf of the principal
  • Project and information management including client representation
  • User management
  • Technical project controlling and design review for shell construction, building envelope, fitout, building services equipment and environment
  • Cost and schedule controlling
  • Quality assurance
  • Document control
  • BIM consulting
  • Anti-claim management

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