ArcDox Expands its BIM Consultancy, Production & Training Facilities  


Ireland’s leading BIM consultancy practice has recently expanded its production and training capabilities, moving from a 10-person production / 6-person training facility, to a new 22-person production / 12-person training facility, in Sandyford, Dublin.

ArcDox is one of the “success stories” of the recent years in construction in Ireland. Starting with just 2 partners in 2009, they have built a vibrant company of 12 BIM experts over the last 7 years, providing BIM advice, production, support and training services to the construction industry. ArcDox is also one of the top Autodesk Authorized Training & Certifications Centres for Ireland.

“We identified early on, that BIM was going to be increasingly important on building projects, and we knew people and companies would need expert help and support. We decided to dedicate our extensive experience in architecture & project management, together with our knowledge and enthusiasm for BIM, to helping people, companies and project teams, leverage the opportunities of BIM, improve the design and construction process, and achieve better project outcomes, through the use of these digital tools and processes”, says Ralph Montague, managing partner of ArcDox.

“It has been an exciting time, and we have been honoured and privilege to work on some very interesting BIM projects in Ireland over the last 7 years, working with some great companies, people and project teams. Our role is to bring our experience to the process, to help make sure the BIM objectives for the project are achieved.”

The managing partner of ArcDox, Ralph Montague, coordinates a number of industry groups in Ireland with a special interest in BIM, for the Construction IT Alliance (CitA), Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland (RIAI), as well as the Revit Users Ireland Group (RUIG). ArcDox are also one of the approved providers for consultancy and support, under the Enterprise Ireland “BIM Enable” & “BIM Implement” programmes, aimed to help Irish design, contracting and manufacturing companies to develop their Level 2 BIM capability and increase export opportunities, particularly to the UK market.

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