17 December 2020
2020 ends with another important success for Politecnica. The Company has been “multi-awarded” at the BIM&DIGITAL Awards 2020, the prestigious reward that aims to present the latest digital innovations in the design sector and, in light of the global pandemic, also to reward companies, start-ups, designers, institutions that had developed and promoted digital systems and technologies capable of offering a positive and tangible response to the problems that arose during the Covid emergency.
Politecnica won the first prize in the category “Infrastructres“, with the important project of the ZealandUniversity Hospital in Køge (Danmark) the large Danish hospital infrastructure in which, in addition to the innovative use of digital tools, the BIM model has allowed energy simulations and the inclusion of sustainable characteristics of materials as parameters associated with objects. Furthermore, Politecnica obtained the second place in the category “Restoration and enhancement of heritage“, with the project of the former STA.VE.CO barrack – the former military citadel in the heart of the city of Bologna – and was awarded with the third place in the category “Digital and Covid” for the Intensive Care HUB project for the Baggiovara Hospital and for the Modena Polyclinic that the Company donated to the two facilities in March, in the middle of the pandemic.
These awards show how the technical skills and innovative solutions adopted by Politecnica are perceived more and more clearly by all the stakeholders. It is precisely in this context that the Company intends to extend the ISO 9001:2015 quality certification to all BIM processes within the company, in the awareness that the increasingly intense use of advanced technologies and management systems is a fundamental element for making processes more efficient and allow the realization of avant-garde projects that can be recognized as best practices at an international level.