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The Balkans: A bottom-up strategy with Europe as a benchmark


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Company: BIM Alliance
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Published: 27/02/2017

His name is Muhamed Serdarevic, he is an architect and lives in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Apart from driving his own architectural firm 'Arhitektura Normal', Serdarevic represents BIM Alliance, a group of 12 architectural and engineering firms born to join efforts to to bring BIM closer to the Balkan's construction sector.

Closely linked to this objective, BIM Alliance collects information and documentation to make it available to professionals and companies, organizes information days and carries out other activities that helps the dissemination of this methodology. BIM Alliance begins to take its first steps, having Europe as a reference.

Which is the BIM situation in the Balkans? Is there a roadmap for its implementation? Are governments involved? How aware are professionals about the changes that BIM supposes in the way they work? Muhamed Serdarevic brings us closer to the reality of territories such as Bosnia Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro in the development and implementation of new technologies in the AECO sector.

This is a brief summary of the interview but we will be publishing very soon the complete video in our 'BIM Experiences'.