Agile approaches like Scrum, Kanban or Scrumban are used by thousand of companies and startups around the world and revolutionized the way to build software. The good news is that they can be used in architecture and construction too and integrated in your BIM workflow!
Structure the project discussion by topics. Get project history and reduce email noise.
Follow the progression in a visual way from To Do to Done. Prioritize with a global mindset.
Review many topics on a single table. Export pdf reports easily for team members.
Create teams to share only with the people you need to and make the discussion more efficient.
Track progression from sprint to sprint. Get a global view of the work status.
Organize your work in short iterations. Motivate your teams and adopt an agile organization.
Create tasks to clarify the work to be done. Estimate complexity to improve forecasting.
Set which comment is the best response to a discussion. Easily find what is the last decision.
Import BCF files from other BIM software to follow up their resolution.
Most AEC companies use a traditional waterfall workflow when designing for BIM. Bricks is a custom tool for successfully adopting the agile framework for BIM projects
BIM manager at BIM working / Canada
BRICKS allows you to have several modes of representation of the tasks to be accomplished, past and future milestones, and thus to have a real project dashboard that uses the power of today's tools.
Architect at ENIA Architects / France
BRICKS import the BCFs files and allows to share with the team the topics to be improved on a project. The phases are integrated in the management of the topics and corresponds to the business practices.
BIM manager & modeler at Brönnimann & Gottreux Architectes / Switzerland
In AEC reaching a smooth BIM workflow and well structured collaborative environment can be possible in BRICKS platform where the agile method is one of the golden existing features.
Architect & BIM manager at Al Raïs Engineering Consultancy / United Arab Emirates