BIM in Real Time: GenieBelt and Synchro join forces

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GenieBelt and Synchro Software, join forces in order to bring real time BIM in construction. We are delighted to form this strategic technical partnership with Synchro to provide an integrated data platform for construction projects.

Thanks to the agreed Proof of Concept (PoC), between Synchro Software Limited and GenieBelt ApS, the integration of Synchro’s top-performing 4D Virtual Planning and Construction software platform with GenieBelt’s real-time project management and mobile site reporting tool is now possible.

Both companies have a strong aspiration of transforming the construction sector into an efficient, data-driven industry, boosting productivity and minimising unnecessary cost and waste.

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The PoC aims to connect the 4D construction model in the Synchro platform and project plan data with GenieBelt – automatically via APIs – to allow instant onsite registration of progress, reporting, questions, marks, tagging and pictures to flow via GenieBelt back to the 4D platform. This integration between the visual model, real-time project management, and onsite communication will provide project managers, clients and the entire project delivery team with the most advanced visual digital construction solution. Not only will this integration provide real-time updates to the project’s schedule and BIM model, ensuring continuous overview and insights into actual project progress; it will also help enrich the model and project information with data.

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We are more than excited to be collaborating with a leading innovative player like Synchro. Both Synchro and GenieBelt share the same goal and vision of empowering progress in the construction industry.

Tom Dengenis, CEO of Synchro, and Ulrik Branner, CEO of GenieBelt, both regard this as the next trajectory in delivering transparency and accountability to the industry, paving the road for data continuity all the way from the design phase over construction to facility management and maintenance. 

“Partnering with industry experts in forward-thinking organisations who have a passion to lead the way to change will provide the digital backbone required to significantly change the way we manage construction projects today and in the future”, says Ulrik Branner.

“We are excited to be collaborating with GenieBelt, who are as passionate about driving change in the construction industry as we are. The combination of our 4D digital construction platform and the real-time updates provided by GenieBelt will enable significant process and business improvements”, says Tom Dengenis.

A new journey begins!

For GenieBelt, an exciting journey begins. The effort to optimise the construction process and empower project intelligence and collaboration continues. Having by our side a leading ConTech provider, such as Synchro, makes us even more optimistic and ambitious about the future of the industry.

About Synchro

Synchro Software Ltd provides digital construction software and services that improve the safety, reliability, predictability, and quality of complex construction projects. Their 4D digital construction platform serves the global market, combining traditional Gantt chart CPM scheduling with integrated 4D visualisation capabilities in real time. Their customers range from small consultants to the world’s largest and most recognisable contractors using Synchro on high-profile, complex construction projects.  For more information visit www.synchroltd.com.

About GenieBelt

GenieBelt provides real-time project management and progress reporting software to construction projects of any size, improving the way people communicate and organise themselves. GenieBelt’s desktop and mobile software solutions are now used by clients, contractors, house builders, developers, and consultants on more than 20,000 projects in 100+ countries. For more information, visit www.geniebelt.com.

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