The AS Monaco Performance Center finished among the three finalists in its category during the BIM d’Or 2022 ceremony.
The BIM d’Or competition rewards the best projects carried out in Building Information Modeling (BIM).
Inaugurated on September 5th, the AS Monaco Performance Center was one of the projects selected in the “New Projects between 5,000 and 30,000 m²” category of the 9th edition of the BIM d’Or.
This is a prestigious competition representing a unique opportunity for project owners, contractors, companies and industrialists to showcase their skills in the use of the BIM digital model.
While the prize-giving ceremony was taking place on Monday 17th October at the Pan Piper in Paris, AS Monaco was represented there by Aurélie Daval, Club Operations Director, accompanied by managers from Vinci Construction Monaco, builder of the Performance Center and bearer of the file at the BIM d’Or, as well as Frédéric Genin, the architect of the project.
In the presence of around sixty professionals from the construction sector, the jury made up of experts from the Cahiers Techniques du Bâtiment and the Moniteur awarded 11 prizes. The prestigious BIM d’Or 2022 was notably awarded to the digitization project of the Grand Palais in Paris.
AS Monaco on the Podium
Committed to the category “New projects between 5,000 and 30,000m²”, AS Monaco and its Performance Center were among the three finalists, alongside the Arena Futuroscope and the Compagnons du Devoir training center, winner of the 2022 edition. A great recognition for the new ultra-modern infrastructure of the Rouge & Blanc.
BIM technology is a new method for managing construction projects, based in particular on a digital model, revolutionizing the building trades and making it possible to improve the quality of the work, while reducing costs. The model can then be deployed and used in site operation, which is the case for the Club’s Performance Center.
Today used for all construction projects carried out in the Principality, it had earned the Center Hospitalier Princesse Grace (CHPG) a nomination for the BIM d’Or 2015. Paris Saint-Germain has also adopted this approach for the construction of its future training centre.