BMS Progetti was awarded the Bim&Digital Award 2019 as first place in category 1 “Commercial, tertiary, and large scale buildings” with the project “BIM for the collection and development of a continuous digital data chain from the design to the management phase” applied to the Towers in Viale Richard.
Moreover, we achieved second place in the category “BIM Initiative of the Year”: the project “GD_ESIGN – Multidimensional analysis, generative design and real-time data management for an evolving design” captured the attention of the jury with its innovative approach to the theme of design in the digital age. This award makes us happy and gives us new energy for the future.
Thanks to our amazing team!
Categoria 1. Edifici Commerciali, terziario e di grande dimensione
BMS Progetti Srl – “Il BIM per la raccolta e lo sviluppo di una filiera di dati digitali continua: dalla Progettazione alla Gestione”
Categoria 6. Iniziativa BIM dell’anno
BMS Progetti Srl– “GD_esign”
Volume, the plurality of buildings and seismic improvement represent the peculiar aspects, as well as a challenge and a concrete opportunity in the redevelopment and re-functionalization of the Former United Hospitals in Bergamo, which become the headquarters of the National Guard Academy of Finance.
Thanks to Ingenio for giving us an in-depth study of this project and thanks to all the actors concretely involved in this important initiative: CDP Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (Client), J&A Consultants s.r.l. (Project Management), PROGER s.p.a. Manens-Tifs spa Recchi Engineering with BMS (Design and Construction Management), CMB Muratori e Braccianti cooperative company of Carpi Renco S.p.A. (Contractors), F.LLI B. SYSTEMS SRL (Contractor for structural reinforcement), FIBER NET SpA (Sistema CRM).
Our second year of participation with great enthusiasm in the SMAU 2019 event, an opportunity to tell the results of the Smart Piquer project and to talk about innovative projects with a dedicated BMS stand.
We thank the Cluster Foundation TAV – TECH for LIFE for the opportunity.
The project will transform the historical complex of Corso Italia, conceived in the early 1960s by the architects Giò Ponti, Piero Portaluppi and Antonio Fornaroli, according to the market demands and trends of the current time, keeping the same original functional destination for office use. Therefore, the complex will become a new urban campus of offices and open spaces. The three buildings share an internal courtyard with a garden, which is the heart of the campus. The office floors will all be open-plan, and will host central common areas.
Within the group, all Italian, led by Proger S.p.A. with Manens-Tifs and Systematica, BMS was responsible for: developing the structural design; coordinate the local team of specialists; develop the architectural detailed design; follow through the entire administrative process to obtain the building permit. The project was developed in BIM and the supervision of works, which BMS will carry out with Proger and Manens-Tifs, will be developed according to this standard as well.
According to the mandate of the client, Allianz Real Estate, since the tender phases, the project is inspired by the highest global sustainability criteria of which SOM and our group of specialists have extensive experience, both in the national context and in the field of of international experiences. The result will be a complex that, while following a logic of continuity and conservation, condenses all the typical technologies of a smart building.
The first activities of strip-out and verification and characterization of the existing building are already underway, while the redevelopment works will begin in the coming months, with an expected duration of 3 years.
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On display at BMS offices in Milan, from September 20th to October 20th 2019, thirty photographic portraits of contemporary Milanese architecture shot by Niccolò Biddau. The initiative, originated from the meeting with Eugenio Calini, one of the founding members of 29 Arts in Progress Gallery in Milan, aims to showcase and recognize the city of Milan in its continuous and rapid change.
The shots by Niccolò Biddau portray details of the new Milanese buildings, framing unexpected visions in a fascinating and magnetic black and white. The photos marvellously highlight the dialogue and the contemporaneity between detail and wholeness, rendering a tactile vision bathed by a light that is always the same, sought after and chosen by the artist.
During the opening event held on September 19th, the following prominent personalities intervened: Luisa Collina, Dean of the Design School of the Politecnico di Milano; Cino Zucchi, architect and professor at the Politecnico di Milano; with contributions by Gabriele Albertini, former mayor of Milan, and Pierfrancesco Maran, city planning councillor.
The debate between two leading exponents of the world of architecture and design, paired with the interventions of the city administration managers – one representing a time when the intense urban regeneration began, the other standing for the present phase of further evolution and growth – enriched with the artist’s own experiences and visions, stimulated interesting considetations in the large public consisting of representatives of our sector and others.