University Hospital Køge will be expanded. As part of this undertaking, a new laboratory building and a building for nuclear medicine, also called TEO2A, will be established. The contract is the second largest of the project and consists of 11,500 m2.
CN3 took on the role of ICT Manager for the Pihl consortium on the complex project, which necessitated the use of many different digital solutions as well as control of requirements and processes.
Effective digital project implementation is in our DNA. We experience a great effect from continuous, proactive and competent ICT and design management that is based on deep construction knowledge alongside tailor-made digital solutions.
At University Hospital Køge, we ensured a solid digital design collaboration between client, contractor and consultants by using the time as an ICT Manager to be a proactive partner who continuously solves the project’s challenges and lets our automated solutions for review, model checks and control, ensure the progress of the project.
CN3 was chosen as BIM manager for the project, due to our combination of digital excellence and deep technical domain knowledge in the construction industry